Wind: 0 MPH
Humidity: 89 %
From the Vipir 7 Storm Center
800 PM CST SAT NOV 28 2015
...FLASH FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH THE OVERNIGHT HOURS...
.....A FLOOD WARNING IN EFFECT FOR THE FORKED DEER RIVER NEAR HALLS AND THE OBION RIVER NEAR OBION UNTIL MONDAY....
The frontal system is slowly making its way east. Temperatures will fall into the 50s overnight tonight and wont move much. Sunday and our warmest temps on Sunday will be the early morning hours. Temps will continue to fall throughout the day but bottoming out in the upper 40s.
Another area of low pressure and its associated cold front is expected
bring more rain lasting into early next week. The good news is
this rain should be more on the light side. The rain should taper off
Monday night through Tuesday morning. Temperatures for the
next week are expected to be near average.
Chelsea Ambriz - StormTeam 7 Meteorologist
Twitter - @WBBJ7Chelsea
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