Tonight: Clouds will begin to clear out late this evening and winds will still be breezy throughout the night from the north at around 5 to 10 miles per hour. Clear skies overnight will help temperatures drop into the 30s. Frost is a possibility, especially north of the interstate. A freeze warning is in effect for the Southwest Mississippi counties until 8 am. If winds weaken, there would be a better chance to get closer to freezing levels. 

Tomorrow: After a cold start, the afternoon will be pleasant with clear skies and highs staying below 60. Winds will again be breezy around 5 to 10 miles per hour from the north. Humidity will also be very low. It will be a great day to get outside. 

Beyond: A surface low ahead of an upper-level disturbance will be developing over the Northwest Gulf and move eastward near the coast Monday into Tuesday. This will bring the next chance for rain and isolated storms. This system looks to bring a better amount of rain with totals between 1 and 3 inches with locally higher amounts. There is a very low chance for isolated severe storms; however, that looks to remain closer to the coast and southwest of here. Another system could develop later in the week to bring some more showers, but confidence remains low right now. 

Tracking the Tropics: Nicole is out of the way now and there is no development expected over the next 5 days in the Atlantic.