From the Vipir 7 Storm Center
.....A FLOOD WARNING IN EFFECT FOR THE FORKED DEER RIVER NEAR HALLS AND THE OBION RIVER NEAR OBION.....
Weather Update - 5:00 p.m. Tuesday
Skies are finally beginning to clear a little bit in northwest Tennessee. We'll see more sunshine tomorrow as high pressure builds into the region bringing colder weather.
Tonight will be the first night in nearly a week that temperatures return to the 30s. Skies will start out cloudy and may even come along with patchy fog by sunrise. Overnight lows are forecast for the mid and upper 30s. Tomorrow, we'll start early on with those clouds but should become partly cloudy to mostly sunny throughout the day. Temperatures will warm up to low 50s tomorrow afternoon with windy conditions at times.
Thursday morning may start out in the upper 20s in a few spots with mostly clear skies. When high pressure moves east toward the end of the workweek, we'll warm back up into the upper 50s by the weekend. Rain-free weather is forecast to last from now through most of the weekend but we may see a few scattered showers on Monday. Hopefully it will be dry for the Jackson Christmas Parade on Monday night!
Have a great night!
Storm Team 7 Chief Meteorologist, CBM
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