Rain Coming

By: mvemjsunp , 11:32 AM GMT on March 23, 2014

Foggy conditions will burn-off by mid-morning and will be replaced with rain and thunderstorms. Total amount of rain expected is less than 1 inch. The rain will linger into Monday before exiting our area on Tuesday. Although none of the storms are expected to be severe here, at least 2 counties in Western Mississippi are under severe T-storm warnings for the next 30 min. After the rain is gone, we will notice sharp increases in the winds and decreases in the temps. Winds on Tuesday could be whipping out of the north or northwest up to 25-30mph. Tuesday night, the temps are forecast to drop to 34. Luckily, I saved 1 fire log from the winter.

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