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From the Vipir 7 Storm Center
Weather Update - 3:15 p.m. Thursday
Despite starting with plenty of sunshine today with temperatures warming up to the mid 60s this morning, a cold front has moved through and will bring much colder air in to the region quickly. High pressure will briefly return tomorrow giving us lots of sunshine for our Friday but by the start of February, there's a good chance of you needing the umbrella again.
Right this minute, there's over a 20 degree spread in temperatures across West Tennessee with Union City in the low 40s and Savannah in the mid 60s. Colder air will continue to move into southern portions of the area overnight bringing our temperatures down to the upper 20s and low 30s by Friday morning. Despite having clearer skies by sunrise, tomorrow will still be a much colder day with highs in just the low and mid 40s. Cloud cover will increase later on Friday night.
Over the weekend, skies will become cloudy again but we should stay dry through the day on Saturday. It won't be until around midnight Saturday night that a few showers begin moving into northwest Tennessee. Rainfall will become widespread on Sunday morning accumulating to roughly an inch before showers become scattered and lighter. Another cold front will travel through the area on Sunday bringing an even colder air mass to West Tennessee Sunday night. This means that lingering rain showers may briefly change from all rain to a wintry mix including some snow showers. Currently, accumulations are expected to be light and limited to counties bordering Kentucky and Missouri in northwest Tennessee.
Stay tuned to the VIPIR 7 Storm Team for the latest on this forecast as changes are likely to be made in the coming days.
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