The pesky upper-level low-pressure disturbance over the mid-South is maintaining a trend of scattered cloudiness for the local area, but rain development is scarce. Further development of showers isn't anticipated for most locations tonight. A brief shower can't be ruled out, especially interior southwest Georgia, but the chance is hardly worth mentioning. We've been in a cooler air influence with a northwest flow; winds will become more westerly Tuesday which should help in the warming process. Lows tonight will remain below average in the low to mid 50s and a partly cloudy sky. Sun will mix with scattered clouds Tuesday as highs rise to the mid and upper 70s. Shower coverage will again be in an isolated range. Readings will return to average later this week as the upper low departs and higher pressure takes over.
Posted at 3:28 PM, May 06, 2013
and last updated 2013-05-06 15:28:00-04
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