People book flights to Mississippi for various reasons: the quaint towns and wide-open spaces harboured by mansions with an interesting history is just one allure to travellers. Those travellers who book flights to Mississippi will find deep south state inviting and full of activity.
Most flights to Mississippi arrive in the state's capital, Jackson, which is commonly recognized by its landmark capitol building. Travellers staying in Jackson will find a plethora of cultural centres, historic monuments, and museums to explore. If a mansion strikes your fancy, hop off your Mississippi flight and head to the city of Natchez, which lies on the Louisiana border and is home to dozens of preserved pre-war mansions.
Take some time to explore coastline of the "Magnolia State" on the sandy beaches of Biloxi and Gulfport. If you’re booking a flight to Mississippi for entertainment then you’re in luck – this state boasts some of the most well-artists of past generations including Tennessee Williams, Elvis Presley, Jimmy Rodgers, and BB King.
Mississippi has short mild winters and long humid summers. Summer temperatures are mostly the same throughout the state, and many places exceed 37 degrees (Celsius). The Gulf Coast is warmer in winter with average January temperatures about 10 degrees while the northeast is in the low single digits. A small amount of snow or sleet is typical, but cold spells are so short the ground rarely freezes. Normal precipitation ranges from about 127-165cm (50 to 65 inches).The hurricane season is late summer and early autumn, and tornadoes hit land in the spring.