Early cloud cover for the morning hours will accompany a bit of chilly air in place following the violent storms of last night. At the time of this story, 29 were reported killed from this system around the country, and we in Mississippi are cleaning up today as well. Mostly cloudy early, then clearing up, high near 60 degrees. A cold breeze from the north will also add some stiffness in the air, moving at 10-15 mph.
Tonight the skies will begin to clear out rather quickly, and temps will fall fast as well. Mostly clear skies will be followed by temps dropping back to the mid 30s. Ironically, we may see just a brief visit of 'winter-like' temps in March for a brief moment tonight, winds west 5-10 mph. So the winds chill will drop to near freezing or slightly below; it will stay clear
Sunday will start off a bit of the cold side at sunrise, then warm up very quickly. Sunshine will push the temps back to the mid 60s during the daytime hours. Winds will pick up momentum from the west at 10-15mph.
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