Low clouds are leaking here and there with some spotty drizzle this morning. Temps in the mid 30s as you head out and the few drips and flakes we've seen are drying up. Still, staying cloudy most of the day with afternoon temps around 40 degrees or just slightly warmer. Winds are manageable WSW 6-12 mph.
A foggy start tomorrow and cool with stubborn low clouds and low to mid 30s early Thursday. Sunshine starts beaming in through the lunch hour and afternoon as temps respond, warming into the mid to upper 40s... if not a bit warmer tomorrow.
Rain likely Friday morning through lunch but drying out for The Meridian Winter Blast at 4pm. Temps stay mild for the rest of the week in the low to mid 40s Friday and near 50 degrees both Saturday and Sunday. A spotty shower or two Sunday and a better chance for wet weather Monday.