Mostly clear skies and warm today, with rain later in the week
Rain may fall in the area Tuesday and Friday afternoons, but the majority of the week in Lincoln County is expected to be warm and precipitation-free.
A high of 78 is expected for the area today as the week starts off with mostly clear skies.
Temps are expected to drop into the low to mid-50s Monday night before rising again to similar daytime highs for Tuesday.
The National Weather Service in Jackson predicts a few isolated showers and thunderstorms Tuesday afternoon — 75% chance of rain and a 15% chance of thunderstorms. Lincoln County is under a marginal risk of isolated severe storms with damaging winds, hail and a possible tornado.
Tuesday night’s low is expected to be 65 degrees.
Wednesday and Thursday are forecast to be cloudy or mostly-cloudy with highs of 79 and lows in the mid-60s, before Friday brings a high of 82 and a greater than 50% chance of rain and thunderstorms in the afternoon.