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Warming Up: Much of the Really Rotten Weather May Be Over for Easter Weekend

JACKSON, Miss.–With temps at the freezing mark in north Mississippi and under 40 for much of the rest of the state, you probably were needing a light jacket for your commute Wednesday morning. But, temps were expected to recover and Easter weekend is looking fairly normal.

“It will warm up some. It won’t be quite to normal. but we will get up into the mid 60s for today,” said National Weather Service Meteorologist Latrice Maxey.

She said Thursday and Friday’s temps would be much closer to normal, with a chance for showers Thursday night, into Friday morning.

If you’re traveling around the state for Easter weekend, you can look for partly to mostly sunny, with a slight rain chance on Sunday afternoon.

“There may be more storms coming by Monday,” said Maxey.

So, it’s looking good for your Easter egg hunt.

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