Winter storm warning issued for Mid-South - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

Winter storm warning issued for Mid-South

Forecast model Monday 3 a.m. Forecast model Monday 3 a.m.
(Source: Chris Oates / My5) (Source: Chris Oates / My5)
MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - The Mid-South's first major winter weather event in 2015 is expected to last through Monday afternoon. 

National Weather Service upgraded the winter weather watch to a winter storm warning early Sunday morning. The winter storm warning went into effect for the entire WMC Action News 5 coverage area at 6 p.m. Sunday and last until 6 p.m. Monday. 

Most of the day is expected to be dry, but cold and windy. High temperatures will be in the low to mid-30s, with wind chills in the teens to lower-20s.

Sunday night a mix of sleet and snow will fall over much of the Mid-South. Snow is expected along and north of I-40 and sleet is expected south of that line. Snowfall amounts could reach two to three inches with heavier amounts along the Arkansas/Missouri and Tennessee/Kentucky borders. Sleet accumulation will average a quarter to half an inch from Memphis and south into Northern Mississippi.

The WMC Action News 5 weather team is tracking the wintry weather all day long. Click here to see the WMC Action News 5 weather page.

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You'll have the power of Storm Track Doppler 5 in the palm of your hand along with current weather conditions, hour by hour forecasts, and the latest forecast information from the WMC Action News 5 Storm Tracking Team.

Click here to read blogs written by the weather team, detailing this winter weather event.

Stay with WMCActionNews5.com and WMC Action News 5 for the latest details on this winter weather event.

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