50s Return to West Tennessee on Wednesday & Thursday

Tuesday Night Forecast Update

Tuesday Night Forecast for January 12th:

Image may contain: text that says 'STORM TEAM WEATHER wbbjtv.com FUTURECAST IBM MODEL THU 3:30 PM RAIN MIXED Union City 55° Ridgely 55° SNOW COLD FRONT Martin 54° Paris 55° Dyersburg 55° Trenton 55° Alamo 55° Camden 58° Huntingdon 55° Ripley 55° Brownsville 57° Covington 55° Jackson 57° Lexington 60° Parsons 60° Henderson 60° Memp 58° Somerville 57° Bolivar 59° Selmer 61° Savannah 61° WARM UP BEFORE THE FRONT'

It is going to be another chilly night across West Tennessee with most locations dropping into the mid 20s. The warm up starts on Wednesday and will continue until the next front is expected overnight on Thursday. The front looks mostly dry for our region but the cold weather will linger into the weekend. Catch the full forecast right here!


Skies will remain clear and the winds again should go calm. That will make for another cold night out there with overnight lows dropping down into the mid 20s for all of West Tennessee.


We should see 50s return by the afternoon and will continue to see plenty of sunshine. Some clouds will move in late and the winds will stay light out of the southwest.  Overnight lows will dip down to around freezing of 32°.


The warmest weather we have seen in awhile will show up for Thursday. Highs should reach the mid 50s with partly cloudy skies. The warm temperatures will be aided from some breezy south winds between 10-15 mph.  The next front is expected to pass by late Thursday into Friday morning dropping temperatures some and keeping the winds around on Friday as well.  Some of the models are showing a few showers as the front passes on by and we can’t completely rule out a few snow flakes Friday on the back side of the storm system.

Storm Team Chief Meteorologist
Joel Barnes
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