Skies will continue to clear Tuesday evening heading into the overnight hours. The temperatures will drop as a result but the temperature may drop to the dewpoint level before sunrise. That means patchy dense fog will be a possibility early Wednesday. Visibilities may be reduced so leave yourself some extra time to get around town in the morning. Any fog we have will dissipate by mid morning and the rest of Wednesday looks great. We will see mostly sunny skies with a north wind at 5 to 10 mph. Highs will warm into the mid to upper 70s. Our Next Weather maker is a weak disturbance that will give us clouds late Wednesday evening and a 60% chance of scattered showers starting before sunrise Thursday. The rain will be over by mid day. Right now severe storms are not expected but we may hear a rumble or two of thunder. Generally about a half inch to an inch of rain is possible. We will get a short break from the rain through Thursday night but by mid day Friday a 30% chance of scattered thunderstorms will return. Those storms will wind down by the evening hours so Relay for Life in Rankin County at Winners Circle Park will not be a washout. That event starts at 6pm and runs through the evening hours. The weekend looks fantastic. Lows will be near 50 degrees and highs will be in the 70s with sunny skies both Saturday and Sunday.
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