MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - A Winter Storm Warning continues through Thursday evening at 6 PM. This means that accumulation of snow and sleet is happening.
Today a few scattered light snow showers through early afternoon.
Snow will taper off later this afternoon and most will be dry by 2 PM today with a stray snow shower still possible in North Mississippi.
Additional snow totals for today will be light amounts ranging from a trace to two tenths of an inch.
Travel issues will continue to be an issue until at least the end of the week. Friday will be dry and not as cold, with highs in the upper 20s to near 30. Slight melting on roads is possible with some sun. Most of the melting will happen this weekend when temperatures go above freezing for the first time since February 10th.
The WMC Action News 5 First Alert Weather Team is on top of it all tracking temperatures and the approaching storm and you can track too on the FIRST ALERT WEATHER app. Download it to your smartphone or tablet now. You’ll have an interactive radar, current conditions and forecasts for your specific location, and special video updates from the weather team.
It’s FREE and will help keep you informed as winter weather moves through the Mid-South this week.