JACKSON, Miss.--Weather predictions for Election Day leave you no excuse not to go to the polls, at least because of the weather. But, you'll probably need a light sweather in most places.
What about the rain that was in the state yesterday?
"All the rain with the system that moved through Mississippi Monday has moved out and it should be a pretty nice day for elections, " says meteorologist Brian Koeneke.
In the northern part of Mississippi, high temperatures are expected in the mid to upper 50s, with dry air and partly to mostly sunny skies. There will be some fog to deal with as the polls open. That's expected to burn off by mid-morning.
For central Mississippi, highs are expected in the lower 60s. Fog will also be a concern for the morning hours, but the rain is long gone.
Koeneke says, "It's going to be a generally nice day with clouds clearing out throughout the day. We're expecting temperatures to warm up to right around 60 degrees later on today."
It's also a dry Election Day in south Mississippi and on the coast, but forecasters there say it'll be a breezy day, with a high in the mid 60s.
Remember, polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Here is a sample ballot. This will vary for different parts of the state and will include local and county races in your area.