Below-freezing temperatures moving in; snowstorm expected this weekend

MID-SOUTH — Parts of the Mid-South are still dealing with the aftermath of the winter blast that came through early Thursday morning. As of 8 a.m. Friday morning, thousands still remain without power across Memphis.

PHOTOS: Icy conditions, power outages, and damage reported across the Mid-South

Multiple schools and businesses decided to remain closed today due to the weather conditions.

Here’s what we know right now:

ROUND 2 OF WINTER WEATHER ARRIVES SUNDAY THROUGH MONDAY

~ Some icy patches remain in the Mid-South.

~Take it slow on roadways and dress in layers.

~It’s a bitterly cold start to the morning under a cloudy sky.

~Temperatures this afternoon will rise to the low 30s, FEELING like the 20s.

~Rain chance: <10%--mainly this morning. ~Winds: 10 mph.

~LOOKING AHEAD: We are below freezing for afternoon highs this weekend through most of next week. Single-digit wind chills expected as well. Practice heat safety! A snowstorm is expected Sunday evening through Monday. Now is the time to prepare. Stay tuned for more updates.

Severe Weather Team 13 is working around the clock to track Winter Weather. FOX13 will have continuing coverage in every newscast and on all streaming devices. You can also download the free FOX13 weather app here.