On a cool, clear Wednesday morning, the temperatures in the Magnolia state run the full gambit.
Cold through the North–you’re waking up with temperatures in the upper 30s, to a little sleevey through the central part of the state, only mid 40s and 50s, to almost balmy through the southern reaches with parts of southern mississippi sitting in the mid 60s this morning.
In any case, no matter where you are, you’re in for plenty of sunshine and warm weather today. Going need it after a bumpy Tuesday. Essentially everyone in the state will see highs in the mid 70s, with a few clouds wheeling overhead. From here you’re looking at a couple of days of dry, warm days and cool overnights– that is until Saturday when another cold front moves in to bring rain and much cooler temperatures through the northern parts of the state, while things will stay wet and warm through the central and south.