After a morning below-freezing in many locations across the area, temperatures were able to warm up into the low 60s this afternoon. High pressure is in control over the region and will keep us clear and dry through the rest of the weekend. We'll be slightly warmer tomorrow, waking up to the upper 30s and topping out in the upper 60s as winds shift back out of the south through our Sunday.
Veteran's Day will start off even warmer ahead of our next cold front... Much of the day will be dry and highs should reach the upper 60s before showers move in later that evening. Although a couple of us could experience a very brief changeover to wintry precipitation into Tuesday morning, most of us will just end up seeing rain before the dry and COLD air moves in.
Tuesday and Wednesday are ALERT DAYS as brutally cold conditions are anticipated... High temperatures Tuesday afternoon will barely reach 40° and morning lows on Wednesday morning will drop into the low-mid 20s and feel more like the teens!
\JACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) -