This forecast model produced by MetLoop weather company shows a cold front, demarcated by the blue line, moving across the Southeast early Saturday and meeting a low-pressure area of moisture shown in green. Areas in pink and white show where frozen participation is possible from around midnight Friday into Saturday morning.
This forecast model produced by MetLoop weather company shows a cold front, demarcated by the blue line, moving across the Southeast early Saturday and meeting a low-pressure area of moisture shown in green. Areas in pink and white show where frozen participation is possible from around midnight Friday into Saturday morning. MetLoop
This forecast model produced by MetLoop weather company shows a cold front, demarcated by the blue line, moving across the Southeast early Saturday and meeting a low-pressure area of moisture shown in green. Areas in pink and white show where frozen participation is possible from around midnight Friday into Saturday morning. MetLoop

Let it go: South Mississippi can expect a frozen weekend

January 04, 2017 03:50 PM

UPDATED January 04, 2017 04:11 PM

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