Our unusually dry weather pattern will continue for the next several days. Temperatures will also be around 10-15 degrees above average. The big question your probably asking is why is it so dry? Well... to make a long story short, typically as we head towards fall the jet stream, which is responsible for most weather systems, moves southward. This typically causes severe weather across the Ark-La-Miss (aka.. 2014 October Tornado!) but this year the jet stream is stuck up north because there is a big ridge of high pressure across the south.
When will this pattern end? Weather is a complex science and that's hard to pinpoint. But I will say this, the forecast models show no major signs of changing for the next 6-9 days or so.
Have a great weekend!