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Early morning clouds gave way to sunshine and eventually temperatures in the 50s today.  But as quickly as we cleared, clouds will move back into the Mid South tonight bringing a slight chance of rain, possibly mixed with snow at some point.  Temperatures will remain above freezing, so even if we experience snow, it should melt upon reaching the surface.  After that, get ready for an Arctic Plunge Thursday night into Friday as temperatures reach the low and mid 20s.

Tonight, skies becoming mostly cloudy with rain developing overnight, possibly mixing with snow.  Low tonight 36 with gusty northeasterly winds.

Rain will taper off by Thursday morning with decreasing cloudiness expected during the afternoon.  Thursday’s high 44, overnight low 24.  Winds will continue to be gusty from the northeast at 10-18 mph.

Friday, after a cold start expect sunny skies with a high of 43, overnight low 27.

Saturday looks good with mostly sunny skies and a high of 50.  Sunday will feature cloudy skies with rain and a high of 52, overnight low 44.