Wind: 13 MPH
Humidity: 47 %
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From the Vipir 7 Storm Center
Weather Update - 4:45 p.m. Friday
After a few flurries this morning, skies started out partly cloudy to mostly sunny. We're back to overcast conditions now with a disturbance in the atmosphere bringing snow showers to locations in Arkansas and the Southern Plains. Cold weather will continue for a little while longer before warmer weather moves in our direction early next week for the beginning of March.
Tonight, skies will be mainly cloudy with light northeasterly winds bringing temperatures back down to the low and mid 20s. We should get some breaks of sunshine throughout the day on Saturday with light easterly winds. Our high temperatures will still be below average tomorrow but should be quite a bit warmer than they were today with low and mid 40s forecast for the afternoon. On Sunday, we'll likely get even warmer, but we could see a few scattered rain showers moving across the area. In northwest Tennessee, that chance for rain will begin as early as Saturday night into Sunday morning and it's possible if this occurs that some of these showers briefly start as freezing rain before changing to all rain. However, most of West Tennessee should remain dry until a cold front crosses the Mid-South Sunday afternoon and evening bringing a better chance for rain to the region.
Next week, a warm front moving through West Tennessee could help temperatures rise all the way up to the mid and upper 60s Tuesday afternoon, but the warmth will be short-lived. A cold front will quickly follow bringing temperatures down to the low 20s and teens Wednesday night. Heavy rain will be possible along the cold front along with a few scattered thunderstorms as well.
Have a wonderful weekend!
Storm Team 7 Chief Meteorologist
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