Jackson, Miss.-- A low pressure system is moving out of Texas this morning and expected to blanket most of the magnolia state in rain over the next 36 hours.
There are currently no flash-flood watches with the storms. "We are expecting locally heavy rains across the area and most places will get about an inch," according to Mark McCallister, forecaster for the National Weather Service.
A cold-front will be following the rain into Mississippi and after it pushes through temperatures are expected to nosedive for almost the entire state. McCallister says, "Wednesday night low will be in the upper 40's north, down to the mid-50's for the southeastern section [of the state]."
Tempearatures are expected to rebound over the weekend into the 80's but for the time being a cool down is on order soon.