A dry and wind day in Mississippi. The wind is gust over 30 mph this afternoon as cooler air blows in from the northwest. Due to the wind and dry conditions, please don't burn unless it's absolutely necessary; fires can spread in a hurry on days like this. For tonight, much colder; lows dip into the upper 30s and low 40s. With low dew points, we aren't expecting a significant risk of frost, but we can't rule out some patchy frost. Temperatures hold in the 60s Wednesday afternoon, then warmer Thursday and Friday in advance of yet another cold front. Ahead of the front, rain along with a few storms return Friday, which means some wet weather for the high school football games. Turning sharply cooler Saturday as chilly air blows in behind the front; we struggle to reach the upper 50s all day along with a brisk north wind. Significant frost or even a light freeze is not out of the question Sunday morning as lows plummet to the 30s.