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April showers expected to move in this coming week

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Despite the early morning fog, it's been relatively clear for many South Mississippians on Easter Sunday. But those conditions are expected to change during the afternoon and evening hours and during the first week of April.

Meteorologist Todd Adams says expect to see increasing cloud coverage throughout the day. Later this afternoon there is a 50 percent chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms.

This coming week South Mississippi will welcome April with chances of April showers for the entire week. It's the first time in a long time that there has been a chance of rain over the entire week.

Adams says the rain isn't a bad thing. South Mississippi is five inches below the normal amount of rainfall for March.

Click here to watch Todd Adam's Sunday weather forecast and see the chances of rainfall for each day this coming week.

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