WEATHER UPDATE – 9:15 pm
From The VIPIR7StormTeam:
We have a close eye on Tuesday Afternoon and Evening as it could feature a few strong to severe storms. The latest Storm Prediction Center Day 3 Outlook places West Tennessee in a Level 2 threat (SLIGHT Risk) for severe storms Tuesday Afternoon and Evening. The primary concern is with damaging straight line wind potential, which may develop along an extensive line of storms. Storms should erupt just off to the west in central Arkansas and southeast Missouri. The storms then should consolidate into a line and move east quickly across West Tennessee. Take note however, there will also be thunderstorm Tuesday Morning associated with passage of a warm front. At this time we’re not expecting severe weather with that round. But we’ll watch that closely as well.
Clouds will continue to increase overnight. Gradually scattered showers will develop and move across the area. Showers should last through at least midday Monday. Temperature wise, not as cold as this morning by a long shot, but a chilly 45° low can be expected.
Scattered Showers early in the day taper off by about noon. with maybe some lingering showers mainly east of Jackson. We’ll keep the clouds around as moisture will still be streaming in aloft ahead of an advancing warm front. Otherwise it’ll be a dry drive home Monday.
Storm Team 7 Meteorologist
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