Few Weak Non Severe Storms Tonight, Dry and Cooler Wednesday

Tuesday Night Forecast Update

Tuesday Night Forecast for May 4th:

Some weak storms will track through Gibson, southern Carroll and northern Madison Counties Between 9 PM and 10 PM and through Carroll and Chester counties between 9:30 PM and 10:30 PM. Some lightning, brief increased wind gusts to 30 MPH will be the main threats through midnight tonight. The severe weather threat is low, the tornado threat is close to zero. Catch the latest details and more on when storms could return right here.

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TONIGHT:

Storms should move out by Midnight and the winds will change direction to the northwest behind the front. Skies will begin to clear out some overnight and morning lows will drop into the mid 50s.

WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY:

Skies should clear out some and the winds will come out of the north. Morning lows will be down near 50° each day and highs will climb up to around 70°. Showers are NOT expected but a few quick showers or weak storms cannot be ruled out Thursday evening. Overall, dry, cool and mild weather is expected for the middle and end of the work week.

THE WEEKEND:

The winds will change direction on this weekend and start to come out of the south. This will warm most of West Tennessee back up near 80° and keep nighttime lows in the low 60s. But it will also bring some storm chances back. Storms are more likely on Sunday and next Monday then they are on Saturday, but some late rain could return on Saturday evening as well. It is also expected to be breezy at times this weekend with southerly winds also increasing the humidity this weekend.

FINAL THOUGHT:

We are now officially in Spring and now in our peak severe weather season. So you need to stay weather aware to changing weather patterns and monitor the forecasts closely. We got you covered in the WBBJ 7 Storm Team Weather Center as always.

For tips on preparing for the storms, click here. To download the WBBJ 7 Weather app, click here.

Storm Team Chief Meteorologist
Joel Barnes
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