Clouds slow to move out

Clouds will continue to break up some through the evening. Temperatures will hang in the 40s then fall into the 30s.

TONIGHT: Partly Cloudy. Winds: SW 5 mph. Low: 36.

REST OF THE WEEK: Temperatures will gradually rise over the next few days with highs in the mid 50s Wednesday and near 60 for Thursday and Friday. Lows each night will be in the 40s. Wednesday will start off with sunshine, but clouds will build throughout the day. A few showers are possible by Thursday with more clouds. We may see some brief clearing Friday, but clouds quickly return ahead of the next system..

MAJOR COLD BLAST LATE WEEKEND: Things get interesting this weekend as a strong cold front approaches the Mid-South. This front will bring in rain for most of the day on Saturday. No severe storms are expected. There could be enough leftover moisture as the front exits for some snow to form. Although the air temperature will be dropping below freezing when snow falls late Saturday night, ground temperatures will be above freezing. This means that snow will melt when it hits the road. It will be bitterly cold on Sunday. Highs may only reach 30 and lows will be in the teens Sunday night.

Spencer Denton

WMC Action News 5 Meteorologist

First Alert Storm Tracking Team

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