Thanks to a passing cold front, Wednesday will be breezy and cooler than yesterday. Expect dry conditions with plentiful sunshine. Morning temperatures in the 50s will climb to afternoon highs ranging from the mid 60s to the lower 70s which is cooler than normal for this time of year. For tonight, expect clear skies and chilly overnight lows dropping into the 40s at most locations. A few upper 30s can’t be completely ruled out if inland areas cool more than expected. As of early Wednesday morning, there are no cold weather alerts in effect for South Mississippi so it would seem that any threat to pets, plants, or people should be minimal or none. Monitor the latest updates to the forecast in case of any changes. Tomorrow looks dry and cool. Then, a warm front will move through Friday bringing thunderstorms to the area. A cold front will move through Saturday bringing another round of thunderstorms to the area. Some of these could become severe with damaging winds, large hail and isolated tornadoes. Drier weather still expected for Sunday which should continue into next Monday and Tuesday.