Mississippi is famous for its sultry heat, but, you can rest assured that winters in the Magnolia State are far from mild and tolerable. Often, the humidity that plagues citizens of the great state of Mississippi hangs around far past the dog days of August. In fact, this nefarious humidity is in its prime during the months of January and February. Furthermore, winter days in Mississippi often bring freezing rain and ice rather than snow. However, when Mr. Snowman does drop by Mississippi, people will venture out to make a snowman (no matter how tiny). Sometimes our pups join us on these adventures. However, one needs to be cautious because Mississippi dogs are often unfamiliar with snow and the ice that often accompanies it.
Although Mississippi is generally in a more temperate climate than its northern neighbors, winters in the Magnolia State are often just as chilly as those in Missouri or Nevada. Furthermore, the cold of Mississippi is rather humid. Just as the humidity makes the summer heat almost unbearable, the humidity of the winter months can make Mississippi residents downright miserable! However, you and your pup can find ways to have fun even on the most dreary of winter days. Whether you are outdoors or snuggling on the couch, there is always fun to be had with your furry friend.