MID-SOUTH — FOX13 Meteorologists have been tracking winter weather to be able to give you the most up-to-date information.
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The FOX13 Severe Weather Team is working around the clock to track winter weather. FOX13 will have continuing coverage in every newscast and on all streaming devices.
HERE IS THE LATEST UPDATE AS OF 6:30 A.M. WEDNESDAY:
Temperatures today will remain in the upper 30s and low 40s. Showers are expected across the Mid-South.
Areas north of I-40 could see a wintry mix. Due to warm ground temperatures little to no impact is expected at this time.
HERE IS THE LATEST UPDATE AS OF 5 P.M. TUESDAY:
The temperatures are still expected to be too warm to see any major accumulations or impacts. The system will move into the Mid-South tomorrow after 8 a.m. bringing moisture with it. The cold air will be in place so we should start to see a mixture of snow, sleet, and rain early on. The area north of I-40 has the best chance to see this winter mix where temperatures will be in the mid-30s.
IMPACTS: Grassy and elevated surfaces north of Shelby county could see some minor accumulations at best. Bridges and overpasses could also see a few slick spots throughout the day.
Most of the moisture should exit after 2 p.m. with a few light flurries moving through late in the evening. This will be a minor event for the Mid-South with the more widespread impact being the cold. Temperatures will only top out near 40 in the afternoon! About 20 degrees colder than today’s highs.
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