Wind: 7 MPH
Humidity: 82 %
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From the Vipir 7 Storm Center
Weather Update - 5:30 p.m. Monday
While the Northeast United States is bracing for a potentially historic blizzard, West Tennessee is still "snow-less" after the light dusting we had this past Friday quickly melted. Cool and somewhat cloudy skies remain in the forecast through Tuesday but high pressure will move into the Mid-South by the middle of the week to return some sunny skies and warmer weather.
Overnight, skies in northeast counties of West Tennessee will generally be partly to mostly cloudy with clearer conditions to the southwest near Shelby county. Temperatures will drop between the low 30s near Paris, and upper 30s near Memphis. Tuesday will feature slightly warmer temperatures ranging from the low 40s in northeast West Tennessee, under cloudy skies, to the low 50s in southwest areas where skies will be clearer.
On Wednesday, high pressure will bring clear skies and warmer weather to West Tennessee making it one of the nicest days we'll have this week. High temperatures will be up in the low and mid 50s. Then Thursday will bring another chance for rain with clouds as a cold front approaches the Mid-South.
Have a good night!
Storm Team 7 Chief Meteorologist
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