Another extremely cold Mid-South evening is ahead of us.
Windchill readings tomorrow morning at the bus stop and for that early commute will be near 8 degrees (with an air temp near 20 degrees.)
Winds shift from the south and that will bring the air temp above freezing around 11 a.m. and we will see slightly warmer conditions through early afternoon.
Warmer air arrives Sunday into Monday with accompanying showers – no severe weather is expected.
TONIGHT: partly cloudy – Low 18/windchill 13
TOMORROW: partly cloudy – High 41
The real warming trend takes back over by next weekend.
Highs rebound to near 40° Saturday under mostly sunny skies.
High temperatures will push 49° as our next weather system arrives Sunday. Sct’d rain showers arrive just after lunch time and will be likely through the evening, overnight, and into early Monday morning. Rain chance at 60% Sunday and up to 100% overnight.
As rain exits Monday afternoon, temperatures slowly trend downward. Still looking at highs in the lower 50s on Monday then falling into the upper 40s by next Tuesday.
Good news is, our temperatures will begin to moderate next week with seasonal highs near 50°.
The arctic freeze is over!
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