Warmer temperatures are expected in Mississippi by the middle of the week– along with another round of thunderstorms, some possibly severe. The National Weather Service says the storms are expected to develop ahead of a strong cold front on Wednesday. At this point, much of the state is facing a Level 1 “marginal risk” of isolated severe storms with damaging wind gusts and hail. And a tornado can’t be ruled out. In the wake of the storms, with cold air in place, forecasters say there’s a chance of some light freezing rain Thursday night and Friday– this time across south Mississippi.