MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - A cold front will move through Sunday night and result in much cooler air funneling into the Mid-South. There will be another weather system moving in on Monday afternoon and evening, which will interact with the cold air and cause a few snow showers.
Winds will be out of the north at 15-20 mph with gusts up to 35 mph, so some reduced visibility from blowing snow is possible. The winds will also make the "feels like" temperatures drop to the 30s tomorrow.
Although it will feel bitterly cold, surface temperatures will be above the freezing mark throughout the day. Therefore, LITTLE TO NO accumulation is expected. It will look pretty as it falls from the sky, but most of it will melt as it hits the ground.
LOCATION: Our entire areas could see a brief changeover from rain to snow tomorrow. However, the best chance for flurries will be near Jackson, TN.
TIMING: You could see some flurries as early as noon, but the main time frame will be 3 p.m.to 9 p.m.
IMPACTS: Blowing snow could briefly reduce visibility in areas of West Tennessee. Snow showers will be isolated and brief. No other impacts anticipated at this time.
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