JACKSON, Miss.- As was expected last night, severe weather dotted the Mississippi topography and caused trouble for many.
The weather system forward as predicted over parts of Arkansas and Louisiana Wednesday afternoon and pushed across the state after dark.
National Weather Service Meteorologist Brian Koeneke says, "We had several reports of damage. We're going to be sending out survey teams this morning that will taking a look at the damage."
The NWS wouldn't confirm touchdowns in-state to News Mississippi this morning but say there are at least a couple of reports where it looks very likely of tornadoes that were on the ground last night.
There have been reports of at least five Mississippians injured over night, but no fatalities.
There area few severe storms left on the Mississippi coast this morning but other than that what can you expect from your Thursday?
Koeneke adds, "We're expecting sunny skies across the rest of the state for the rest of the day, and really over the weekend too."
Now that the colder, dryer air has moved into the area, most lows tonight will dip down into the mid-40's across Mississippi.
But in typical Mississippi fashion, Kroeneke tells News Mississippi the temperatures will be back into the 80's by the beginning of next week.
Update at 12 p.m. CST: Damage reports by county from a MEMA press release are as follows
Bolivar: Several homes and mobile homes damaged, several commercial buildings damaged, several roads closed and power outages reported.
Coahoma: Damage to homes and one minor injury.
Desoto: At least one home and one church damaged.
Grenada: Damage to homes and roads closed.
Leake: Several homes damaged, roads closed and power outages reported.
Neshoba: Several homes damaged and trees and power lines down.
Scott: Several homes damaged and one injury.
Tallahatchie: Damage to homes, several minor injuries and power outages reported.
Union: Several homes damaged and roads closed.
Yazoo: At least one home damaged, more than a dozen roads closed and power outages reported.