JACKSON, Miss.-- After a weekend filled with rain and cooler temeratures, Mississippians should start to dry out soon.
Monday morning still has showers hanging over the northern parts of Mississippi, but those should be pushing out of the area by later this afternoon.
Meteorologist Lynn Burse says, "There are a few rumbles of thunder possible but no strong activity expected this morning."
WIth the rain moving into other parts of the country, what does that mean for temperatures in Mississippi?
Burse added, "We won't have a big cool down behind this front because another system will start to move in from the West as early as Thursday. It won't get completely here until possibly the weekend though."
Wednesday will usher in dryer air for the state.
High temperatures are expected to get back into the mid-80's by the time Wednesday rolls around in the magnolia state with lows at night dipping down in to the lower-50's in some areas.