Precipitation is ending in South Mississippi, and while most spots warmed just above freezing this afternoon, some bridges and overpasses could remain icy, especially as temperatures drop back to near freezing after sunset.
We found one bridge in McComb, on State Street, that is closed because of ice. It will be cloudy and cold tonight, and temperatures fall into the 28 to 33 degree range.
Clouds will hang tough Wednesday due to an unsettled pattern, but despite the clouds temperatures should reach the 50s as the core of this frigid cold air mass retreats north, allowing us to finally warm-up.
Our next system arrives late Wednesday night and Thursday morning; as of now, it looks like all rain, with a few snow flakes mixing in over Northwest Mississippi.
But, if the system comes in stronger than expected, the snow possibility would increase.
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