TONIGHT: There is the possibility that we could have some rough weather in parts of central Mississippi late Saturday and into early Sunday. The primary risk will come from damaging hail – though, wind and a few tornadoes can't be ruled out. The bulk of that round should be done well before sunrise. STAY WEATHER AWARE DURING THIS TIME. Outside of that, temperatures will drop into the 50s under mainly cloudy skies.
SUNDAY: As the area of low pressure winds up tomorrow – expect winds to get fairly aggressive out from the west, eventually turning northwest late. Most of the day will feature sunshine amid some clouds; a chance for gusty showers will come by early evening. Some of the heaviest showers could have some small hail in them. Highs will be in the 60s; lows dropping into the lower 40s.
EARLY WEEK: It'll finally feel more like January when you get started on Monday morning – expect a typical January afternoon with highs in the 50s to near 60 amid mainly to mostly sunny skies. That cooler air looks to be short-lived; we'll spike back to the 60s by Tuesday.
LOOKING AHEAD: A quick moving front may bring a few showers to south MS Wednesday amid temperatures in the lower 70s; behind the front, a stark cool down in the 50s for highs the balance of the work week and to take us into the weekend.