Cold air is entrenched across the South as the East Coast blizzard rages in New England. This means we are in store for a couple of pretty chilly mornings. Wednesday and Thursday mornings will see lows in the 30's on the North Shore with 40's south of the lake. Freezes are not expected but it's not out of the question that there may be some patchy frost especially near the Pearl River Basin.
Otherwise it will be sunny and dry into Thursday with highs warming from the 50's to the 60's. A few clouds return on Friday ahead of another weekend cold front. There's only a slight chance for a brief shower on Saturday ahead of the front. Highs could touch 80 in spots on Saturday before returning to the lower 70's on Sunday.
Quiet weather is in store with no rain in sight into early next week.
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