The likelihood of snowfall for much of Mississippi has increased, making it a near certainty that many of us will wake up to snow on the ground Monday morning.
For Vicksburg, the forecast calls for up to 3 inches, with the potential of even more in some areas.
It means that roads will be covered creating hazardous driving conditions. With temperatures dipping well below freezing Sunday night, ice on bridges and overpasses is also likely.
A few trees and power lines could also come down.
Expect to see rain starting Sunday night, turning into snow around 2 a.m. Monday. The rain could return Monday afternoon.
Watch our live interview with Warren County Emergency Management Agency John Elfer on our Facebook page.