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Weather Rundown Wednesday July 26, 2017

Rain & storm chances will decrease and gradually shift to the southeast today while heat and humidity shoot upwards. High temperatures will generally be in the low-mid 90s, although some mid-upper 90s are not out of the question.

In North Mississippi, high in the low 90s, 70’s overnight

Central, much of the same, with heat indices driving the feel up through the triple digits.

South Mississippi, high in the 90’s, low in the 70s with slight storms starting, giving way to the sunshine this morning.

Thursday we’re seeing the chance of storms return in North Mississippi, bringing the beginning of cooler temperatures, low 90s for the high, 70s for the low.

Central Mississippi on Thursday its sunny, mid-90s for the high, mid-70s for the low, with storms moving in for Friday.

And for South Mississippi, Thursday brings a chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly sunny, with a high in the 90s, low 70s.

Then comes the weekend with a cold front, with lower than normal temperatures for this time of year.

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