Early morning moisture could make for a tough hair day, but it should produce no concerns for rain in the entire state. Aside for a quick drizzle and light shower in the eastern part of the state (near Meridian) we should stay dry.
Dense fog is expected near the Vicksburg area until the sun rises and burns it off; we will see a high in the mid 80s.
Tonight will be a quick change of pace, going from a very warm day to an almost chilly night. Mostly clear skies along with light winds will allow the temps to drop by more than 25 degrees. Temps are likely to hit the mid to lower 50s and light winds.
Tomorrow we'll get even warmer thanks to the clear skies. High pressure to our north will help keep the skyline very clear; opening the door to more heat. Temps are expected to reach into the 90s. Winds will begin to shift out of the south.
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