Good morning Oxford and Ole Miss!
It is quiet near the old Oxford-University Depot as students attend morning classes at Ole Miss.
There is a slight wind currently blowing through Oxford. It is 54 degrees with a high of 71 and a low of 54 for the day. Expect partly cloudy and sunny skies today.
For tonight, there is a 45 percent chance of rain, followed by a possible thunderstorm tomorrow morning.
Oxford’s Hidden Gem:
The HottyToddy.com Weather team visited a Oxford hidden gem this morning: The Oxford-University Depot, which was built in 1872.
The depot served as an active transportation hub for the university and Oxonians until 1941. The railroad was built by the Mississippi R.R., and was later part of the Illinois Central Line.
The university purchased the depot in 1983, and it was used for storage. Under former Ole Miss Chancellor, Robert Khayat, the depot was restored in 2003. Today, the depot serves as a multipurpose facility where groups can meet for meetings or lectures on campus.
Emily Newton is a staff writer for HottyToddy.com and the editor of Experience Oxford magazine. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.