JACKSON, Miss.-- After a downright hot early November weekend rain will push its way through the state Monday.
The weekend brought temperatures in the 80's for many around the state and felt more like early September than November.
Today temperatures will get back to normal around Mississippi Monday but where should you expect rain?
"Generally kind of in the western part of the state in the early morning hours, but as we get into the afternoon and late afternoon there will be activity developing and spreading across the entire state," says meteorologist Chad Entremont.
This will keep highs for most areas of the state in the low-60's today and temperatures will drop back into the mid to low-40's for Monday night.
Unless you've been under a rock you know the general election is tomorrow so what can you expect when you head out to the polls?
Entremont says, "The rains going to be out of here and give the area a little bit of an opportunity to warm up but not much. High will be in the mid to low-60's Tuesday."
The good news is voters shouldn't have to fight the rain in Mississippi to cast their vote on Tuesday.
The sun comes out for the remainder of the work week after Tuesday morning for the most part according to most models now with temperatures about average for this time of the year.