JACKSON, Miss.--With rain in the state for Sunday and Monday, the warm temperatures that brought you out of the house and made attending the Ole Miss and State games a lot more comfortable, are leaving us. It looks like Mississippi is going to be cool the entire week.
Forecasts from the National Weather Service show north Mississippi will see the rain leave Monday, but Monday night lows will likely make it to the freezing mark, setting up a cold weather pattern for the a.m. hours all week. High temperatures for Tuesday and Wednesday will be in the mid to upper 50s, making it back to the 60 degree mark for Thursday. The weekend looks like mid 60s for highs.
In Central Mississippi the majority of the rain will be Sunday night and Monday, with Monday's high reaching 64. After that, you can expect low 60s for the remainder of the week. Stout winds will likely bring down a good portion of the fall leaves across the state.
In south Mississippi and on the coast, Most of the rain will be on Monday, with a high at 70. As the front moves through, you'll se one day of low 60s, on Tuesday, and then temps recover back up into the mid to upper 60s for the rest of the week.