A cool morning in north Mississippi: you’re climbing out of the mid 50s to reach a high in the mid 80s today. Clear skies with lots of sunshine on tap for your Wednesday, but you could be in for some rain and scattered thunderstorms tonight and lasting into Thursday morning. Clouds stick around Thursday as a cold front sweeps in, keeping your high in the lower 60s.
Central Mississippi waking up in the upper 50s today: grab the umbrella, because this afternoon that leading edge of the cold front will impact the warm, moist air over the state and drop heavy showers after lunch, with a chance for thunderstorms to crop up overnight and into Thursday morning. Your high tomorrow only peaking in the lower 60s as well.
South Mississippi, batten down the hatches, because you’re expected to get the heaviest weather tonight: hard rain with thundercells embedded within, with a chance for some to become severe. Things quiet down after tonight and tomorrow morning, with highs in the low 70s Thursday.