Widespread rain and storms will be seen through mid-morning. By noon, the central and western part of Mississippi will be drying out. There may still be some rain showers hanging on the farther east that you live in Mississippi and into West Alabama. The main threat with storms will be gusty winds. There will also be ponding of water on the side of roadways.
After noon, the scattered showers will taper off, and at this point it looks like we will all be rain free by mid afternoon.
Temperatures will fall through the day. We’ll be around 60 early morning, but expect middle-lower 40s this afternoon. With a breeze out of the northwest, it may feel even colder.
Clouds will clear overnight and we expect lots of sun over the next few days. It will feel more like the holiday season, though, with highs in the 40s and 50s and lows in the 20s.
After today, the next chance for rain returns Saturday.