MONDAY: Some spots hit the 70s on Monday. It will be a mild and breezy day Monday, with a southwest wind gusting to as much as 25 mph in the afternoon. Rain could move in after midnight Monday night, but the day looks to stay dry.

TUESDAY: Off and on showers. Rainfall totals will range anywhere from trace amounts up to 3/4 of an inch. Highs in the mid 70s.

WEDNESDAY: Wednesday will be warm and breezy. Highs will reach the 80s by the afternoon. An upper-level shortwave moves across the mid-south on Wednesday.

Models continue to show storms north and west of us as we head into the late afternoon and evening, but for most of us, it will be a windy day with a slight chance for a shower or storm. For those Northwest of I-59, we’ll continue to monitor things closely to see exactly how this next round of storms will evolve, but for now it appears the higher threat of severe weather should remain over the Tennessee Valley and North Mississippi.

Regardless of where the storms go, it will be a windy day with a strong low-level jet overhead. Wind gusts could exceed 40 mph in some spots. This could cause some sporadic tree damage and power outages.

THURSDAY & FRIDAY: A few showers are possible Thursday with a high near 80°. We’ll cool to the 60s and 70s behind a front on Friday.

THE WEEKEND: Saturday looks warm and dry, but we could have another chance at some rain by Sunday.

Storm Team 7 Day