Few storms Sunday, more on Monday

Few storms Sunday, more on Monday

Father's Day wasn't a washout but a cold front will try to change that for Monday.

There's plenty of moisture around, just take a step outside, you can feel it. Luckily for most with outdoor Father's Day plans, storms haven't been in the way; notice I say "most". There are a few storms out there as you read this providing lightning & rain to parts of North Mississippi while the rest of us are rain free. These storms will likely fizzle out as the sun goes down and we're looking at a relatively quiet but warm Sunday night with lows in the 70s. Monday, a cold front will slide into the Midsouth sparking numerous showers and storms starting west of the Mississippi River in the morning then spreading east in the afternoon. The set up doesn't scream severe weather but some storms may put down a little extra something in the wind and hail department so be storm ready. Heavy rain is the other concern as this front sags over us through Tuesday. On average many spots will pick up another 1-2" of rain that may cause minor flooding. The front will be clear of us by Tuesday night at the latest and the rest of the week looks mostly rain free. The only except is Thursday, a couple storms will be possible. Meanwhile, highs build back into the mid 90s by next weekend with a solid case of humidity.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend and Happy Father's Day!

-Meteorologist Sean Parker

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