A mostly clear night in between will promote efficient cooling with early morning lows of mainly upper 30s and lower 40s.
Rain chance is highest during the first part of the day on Saturday. Highs Tuesday spike into the 50's ahead of an incoming cold front that brings more rain chances Wednesday. A bigger storm system brings rain and strong winds Friday into Saturday. Lows will range from the middle 20s to 30.
Thanks to the extra clouds we are looking at highs warming only into the lower 60s across the Mid-South on Sunday. Highs potentially will be in the 40s and lows in the 20s by then. A warm front will develop and move across Kansas during the day with temperatures warmest in the west, where more sunshine is in the forecast.
By Thursday we will begin to see southerly winds along with a very weak cold front moving into the area.
IN THE TROPICS: Showers and thunderstorms continue to show some signs of organization in association with a low pressure system located about 700 miles southwest of the Azores. Clouds will increase late in the game, but for now the weather looks dry with temperatures falling to near 70 by the final whistle. Clouds will thicken up this evening with drizzle breaking out late tonight. To see what the temperature is in your area, check out our Current Temperatures Map We will need to watch out for some patchy fog developing as well, that could cause travel issues Tuesday morning. The sunshine will help high temperatures warm back into the 50's.
A few showers will be possible through the early morning hours of Monday.