Showers Finally Come To An End. Drier Weather To Start The Work Week.

From the VIPIR7 Storm Team:

Weather Update 11:04 PM


The steady scattered showers should continue to diminish this evening, but there may be some light rain or drizzle through much of the overnight hours. Particularly east of US 45. If you’re traveling tomorrow early especially in Decatur and Hardin counties, there may be some flooded roadways. Remember the saying, turn around don’t drown. It’s not worth it,  find another way around.

Drier air will continue to work east of the Mississippi River. That will help clear out the clouds west to east. The latest VIPIRcast was a bit slower tonight on clearing clouds. I agree, moving fast has not been a common trait with this upper low! I think we’ll start the day with clouds and decrease them as the day goes along. It will warm considerably compared to Sunday though. Highs should make it back into the middle 70s.

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday look pretty nice and dry overall. Late Wednesday into Thursday morning however,  we’ll be watching the area of convection  that develops in Arkansas. Whatever is left of that activity will move into West Tennessee. Tom and Gary will keep you posted on the severity on those storms. I’ll try and keep an eye on things from my Facebook page as well.

Here is the latest 7-day forecast:

Everyone have a great week! I’ll see you Saturday!

VIPIR7 Storm Team Meteorologist
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