Once again, there is a tropical depression to the south of Cuba that is projected to become a tropical storm as it moves to the northwest into the Gulf of Mexico. Current projections show the storm turning to the north and making impact somewhere along the Gulf coast, between Louisiana and the Florida Panhandle. Louisiana looks to the most likely area at this time on Wednesday.
Cloudy and a little warmer today with some drizzle, but still cooler than normal, with winds from the North at 5-10 mph. Today's high will be 63 with a low tonight of 52. Mostly cloudy Monday with highs in the middle 60's and lows in the lower 50's.
Tuesday will be mostly cloudy with highs in the lower 60's, lows near 50, and a 20% chance for showers. Mostly cloudy Wednesday with highs in the middle 60's, lows in the lower 50's, and a 40% chance for showers.
Thursday will be cloudy with a 60% chance for morning rain and highs in the lower 60's, lows in the upper 40's. Mostly sunny Friday with highs near 60 and lows in the middle 40's. Saturday will be mostly sunny with highs in the middle 60's.
Yesterday's high in Olive Branch was 54. Our overnight low has been 48 . The record high for this date was 86 in 2000+ and the record low was 31 in 1965. Rainfall over the past 24 hours was 0.00 inches and for the month is 2.14 inches. Year to date rainfall is 46.91 inches. .
The average high/low is 71 and 51. Sunrise is at 7:15 and sunset is at 6:12 which is 2 minutes and 1 second LESS daylight compared to yesterday.