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Rain clears as frosty temps move in

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JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

A somewhat breezy start to the day will make it feel colder than what the thermometer reflects as you step out the door Wednesday morning. Expect winds to start off 10-15 mph from the west, and then shift NW Monday afternoon.

Highs will be in the mid 50s, which is actually lower than the norm for this time of the year as we should be at 60 degrees. Clouds will stay thick in the morning with a few stray sprinkles in the early morning hours for the SW corner of the state in Adams, Wilkinson, and Amite Counties.

Track the rain as it moves out of our area on the Interactive Radar.

For Wednesday night we'll still have a few clouds in place, but they will continue to clear out during the evening and late night hours. Temperatures will drop into the mid 30s and the winds will die down. You will feel a chill in the air for Wednesday night.

Get an hourly break down of your forecast from the First Alert Weather team on the mobile app built for your iPhone and Android.

Thursday, we start off with frosty temperatures, below freezing in some areas. Clearing up during the early morning hours and staying clear the entire day. The same clear skies will help it feel cold in the morning, will also warm us up during the afternoon to the 60s. Winds will push from the NW 5 mph.

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