JACKSON, Miss.-- Temperatures have dipped down during the early morning hours of Monday lower than they've been for many parts around the state so far this fall.
Some people around Mississippi woke up to numbers in the mid-30's this morning after clouds moved out over the weekend and cold weather set in to the state.
What should you expect for highs today?
Meteorologist Alan Campbell says, "Looking at highs warming up to the upper-50's across the northern part of the state, into the middle-60's across south Mississippi."
And with that cooler weather today, the overnight hours won't be much kinder.
"Temperatures are going to drop down possibly reaching the freezing mark tonight. It doesn't look like anyone is going to reach below 32 degrees," adds Campbell.
He does not that the chance for freezing numbers tonight is only reserved for very extreme parts of the state but regardless it will obviously be cold once the sun goes down Monday.
This cooler weather should stay with us for at least a couple more days before temperatures get back in the mid-70's by Wednesday.
No chances of rain are in the immediate forecast for the work-week.