SUNDAY, MARCH 29th, 2020

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Many of us are breathing a collective sigh of relief, and offering up prayers of support and encouragement to those who suffered severe weather damage in Jonesboro, Arkansas, and the surrounding area. Today’s weather will be considerably calmer and mild.

Morning clouds will give way to clearing skies with plentiful sunshine as drier air filters into the MidSouth. Afternoon high temperatures will be in the lower 70s, and overnight readings fall into the lower 50s.

Clouds are on the rise during the day on Monday, particularly after lunch, but rain should hold off until the overnight hours into Tuesday. Monday’s highs are still mild in the 70s, then temperatures take a nose dive on Tuesday.

Our next chance of rain and thunderstorms arrives on Tuesday – but nothing to the extent to which we experienced Sunday evening…and rain should end by Wednesday.

Tuesday, more showers and thunderstorms, seasonal temperatures in the mid 60s, lows in the 40s.

Looking forward to…a nice stretch of drier weather midweek until next weekend!