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Here It Comes Again: Miss. Gets Another Arctic Blast

JACKSON, Miss.–It’s another heavy jacket day for work and school and Friday looks like the same as Mississippi gets its fair share of cold air from up north. You’ll want to wrap your pipes and leave some water dripping when you go to bed. There won’t be any part of the state that will be above 25 early Friday morning, and most places will not see 20.

If you live in the northeast part of the state, or the Golden Triangle, you’re going to see 10 for the low. You’ll see 15 for central and south Mississippi and the Delta. On the coast, it’ll be about 23.

National Weather Service Meteorologist Mike Edmunston told News Mississippi that by the evening wind chills in the north half of the state are going to be in the single digits and a wind chill advisory is in effect.

Thursday’s highs were expected in the 40s, but Friday will be very cold, with areas north of Hwy. 82 not expected to make it above freezing. Extreme south Miss. and the coast were expected somewhat warmer, with a high at 55 today and 44 by Friday.

There is warmer weather on the way for the weekend, but by late Monday and early Tuesday, get those scarves, gloves and hats back out. The highs are going to be back in the 30s for a major portion of the state.

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