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JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

The showers and storms that rolled through last night have ended, but they have brought changes to our weather. Cooler air rolls in today, preventing our thermometer from rising all that much. We're only expected to reach the mid 40s.

Clouds give way to some sun, and the partial clearing will allow for temps to fall tonight, down into the mid 20s. It's a good idea to bring sensitive plants and pets indoors tonight!

No major warm-ups in the forecast; we're chilly through the rest of the week. The weekend looks somewhat better with highs back above the 50 degree mark, although there are some chances for rain.

Julia Weiden
Morning Meteorologist
WLBT 3 & F0X40 NEWS
Email: jweiden@wlbt.com
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