MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect Wednesday through Thursday morning for most of the the Mid-South.
This means snow, sleet or a wintry mix are all possible with light accumulation in some areas. Some roads may become slick by Wednesday night.
MAIN THREAT: Snow or wintry mix
TIMEFRAME: Wednesday through noon Thursday (Earlier in north Mississippi and later in northwest Tennessee)
WEST TN: 1-2” Includes Memphis, Brownsville, Dyersburg and Covington and maybe Somerville along with smaller surrounding communities. Memphis and Shelby County could see ½ inch to 3 inches.
NORTHEAST AR: 1-2” Includes Marion, West Memphis, Osceola, Blytheville, Wynne, Jonesboro and Harrisburg along with smaller surrounding communities…mainly north of I-40.
NORTH MS: Dusting – 1” Includes Clarksdale, Helena, Tunica, Senatobia, Hernando, Southaven, Olive Branch, Holly Springs and smaller communities around these towns.
Latest forecast data shows a start time between 1 p.m. and 9 p.m., so timing will vary by location. Areas in northeast Mississippi up to Selma, Tennessee may not see much of anything.
***AMOUNTS WILL VARY BASED ON LOCATION…these are estimates based on the latest weather data.
***We are not forecasting accumulating snow for everyone in the Mid-South. We are showing which areas have the best chance. Everything depends on the track of the low. Be sure and check the WMC Weather App for future updates.
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