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Weather Eases Up, Very Cold Wednesday, Nights and Thanksgiving

JACKSON, Miss.–The rain is all gone, but some counties are still feeling the effects with flood warnings in place. Now it’s the daytime temps for Wednesday and Thursday and very cold overnight temps to prepare for.

Today’s highs were expected in the mid to upper 30s for the state.

Tonight’s lows, epected near 20 for the entire state, including south and on the coast. You’ll see temps in the 20s for overnight lows through Friday night.

The Thanksgiving high and Egg Bowl temperature was expected in the mid 40s.

It will finally warm into the 50s by Friday and the 60s by Saturday. The more moderate temps were expected to continue through next week.

As far as flood warnings, it’s the Big Black River in Hinds and Warren counties, which got the most rain. That warning in effect until Sunday. National Weather Service hydrologists predict that mostly agricultural land will be affected.

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