SOUTH MISSISSIPPI (WLOX) - An arctic blast of air invaded the South on Tuesday. This has brought record-cold air to South Mississippi. Temperatures on Wednesday morning dropped into the mid 20s across coastal Mississippi. And the wind chill dropped into the 10s! There are no more freezes on the way for at least the next seven days.
Wednesday morning’s lows across the area broke many local temperature records. Biloxi has broken the previous November 13th record low of 30 degrees set in 1911. This is now the coldest November 13th in 108 years!
- THE REST OF WEDNESDAY: After a morning freeze, expect mostly sunny skies with afternoon highs in the 50s.
- THE NEXT SEVEN MORNINGS: Temperatures will be 10 degrees warmer on Thursday morning, in the upper 30s and lower 40s and a freeze is not expected. Morning temperatures will remain cooler than normal in the 40s and perhaps upper 30s for Friday into the weekend. No freezing temperatures will occur through at least Tuesday November 19.