Tonight: Mostly cloudy and milder. Morning temperatures will be in the 40s and 50s.

Saturday; Saturday is cold front day! Ahead of the front, temperatures will warm into the 60s during the morning hours and it will be breezy. Rain is likely during the morning and midday thanks to the passage of the cold front. We are not concerned about severe weather at this time. Temperatures will quickly drop as this cold front sweeps through. Plan on temperatures in the 40s by the afternoon and evening, but it will feel much colder. Overnight temperatures will drop down into the 30s and it will be breezy, or even windy.

Sunday: It’s going to be quite cold and windy on Sunday as the system lifts to the northeast of our area. As it does so, some additional moisture wrapping around the system may cause some flurries to fly in the morning; however, we are not anticipating any accumulations this far south. If accumulations were to occur, it would likely be a dusting on elevated surfaces. Flurries will be more possible in Southwest Mississippi and near the state line. Obviously, if this changes, we will let you know. Accumulated snowfall will be closer to I-20 and to our north/northeast.

Clouds will likely linger for most of the day, making it feel even colder. High temperatures will only be in the mid and upper 40s for most areas, but it will feel much colder. Overnight temperatures will fall into the upper 20s and lower 30s. A light freeze is expected overnight and Monday morning. Protect people, pets, plants, and practice fire safety!

Next Week: Cool and dry to start the work week. Temperatures will be in the 50s and 60s Monday and Tuesday. Highs may even be near 70 degrees on Wednesday. Rain chances increase Wednesday and Thursday ahead of yet another cold front.