After the sunshine yesterday, we take a turn for the active as clouds and rain return. As for now, we’re seeing mostly clear skies, but the clouds will filter in from the southwest. Temperatures are still cold in the low to upper 30s. A strong low-pressure system will slide south of us today, but we’re only getting minimal effects from it.
The strong system to the south will bring very strong and severe thunderstorms to the Deep South. All threats are likely in a west-east corridor from North Louisiana through Southern Georgia. As this system passes us, we will be far enough away from it to only get rain showers, and most will be scattered, instead of widespread. Expect a mostly cloudy Sunday with a few showers to dodge. Temperatures, despite the clouds, should reach the low 60s; a 10-degree bump from yesterday. Rain showers will end through the morning on Monday but will be mostly confined to the southern counties at that point. A weak front timed for Tuesday will keep temperatures in the 60s and drop Wednesday morning’s low to around freezing.