Winter Storm Watch issued for entire Mid-South

MID-SOUTH —

  • Tonight clouds are increasing with lows in the mid-40s.
  • Rain moves in late Saturday morning which will be heavy at times.

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  • Winter Storm Watch goes into effect for the entire FOX13 viewing area in the Mid-South from Saturday 6 p.m. - Sunday 6 p.m.
  • Rain will change over to snow as cold air filters in through Saturday night.
  • Uncertainty remains high exactly when the transition to snow will happen.
  • This transition uncertainty is leading to high uncertainty of snowfall totals.
  • Earlier transition means higher snow totals.
  • Snow totals will range from a dusting to 8″ across the Mid-South.
  • West Tennesse currently has the highest potential for increased snow totals.
  • Snow ends early Sunday morning and exits all the Mid-South by lunchtime.
  • Travel will be highly impacted with some roads impassable.
  • Partly cloudy Sunday afternoon with highs cold into the mid-30s.
  • Refreezing and black ice Sunday and Monday nights will create more road issues.
  • MLK day is looking warmer with the mid-40s under mostly sunny skies.