Scattered Showers Possible Tonight and Tomorrow
Weather Update – 11:15 p.m. – Wednesday, February 27th
Isolated showers have been showing up on the Storm Tracker 7 Max radar over southern West Tennessee tonight producing locally heavy rainfall. Our chance for rain overnight is 40% so a few parts of West Tennessee will seeing measurable rainfall tonight, and you can always track those showers live at our Interactive Radar.
We’re heading for a mild night with overnight low temperatures in only the lower to middle 40s. There’s a chance for scattered showers overnight and even an isolated thunderstorm over southwest Tennessee but rain looks more likely during the morning tomorrow.
Scattered showers will come and go in West Tennessee on Thursday and an isolated thunderstorm cannot be ruled out which may produce locally heavy rainfall. A cold front will cause temperatures in the morning in the lower 40s to fall to the middle 30s during the evening, so expect falling temperatures throughout the day. We are only 0.06″ behind February in 1990 for the second wettest February on record, but not everyone will get rain on Thursday so we’ll have to wait and see what happens. After a lower chance for rain on Friday and Saturday, wet weather returns on Sunday. Tune in to WBBJ 7 Eyewitness News for the latest forecast which includes even colder weather next week, and keep up with Storm Team Weather Online too for more updates.
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