Staying mainly dry this weekend, tracking rain next week

Enjoy the weekend weather, as our weather pattern becomes more active as we roll into the start of the week ahead.

Showers today, dry and warmer weekend

Clouds are back and so is the chance of rain

Sun will give way to more clouds tonight

Cold today, but a nice warm-up this weekend

Sunshine returns tomorrow, but we have to wait just a little longer for a warm up

Windy and cold through the afternoon

Continued Coverage

Cloudy & breezy along with a few showers

A break from the rain but not the clouds

More clouds and another small shower chance tonight

Finally a dry day but a temperature change is on the way

A somewhat drier pattern emerging

A few storms by late afternoon

Rainy morning and showers possible this afternoon

Showers will be possible this morning and wet roads could slow down the morning commute. Scattered showers will continue through the early evening, but the rain will be east of the area by 9 p.m.

Rain has returned & will continue tomorrow

Sunday Evening Weather

Tracking rain chances as we welcome in the new week

A system will slide into the Mid-South from the west today, giving us increased rain chances this afternoon, tonight and for Monday.

Clouds returning & rain chances to end the weekend

Saturday Evening Weather

Tracking a warming trend this weekend, along with more rain chances

Tracking a weekend warm up that will ultimately lead to rain

Sunshine to start the weekend

Cold day ahead, rain chances this weekend

A cold night that will feel even COLDER

Clouds slowly exit, more wind and cold

Rain this morning, cold air moving in

We are waking up to light showers in most areas along and south of I-40. A mix of rain and snow will also be possible this morning. Road temperatures will stay above freezing, so no snow or ice will accumulate.

Tracking more rain & a chance of snow Thursday morning

Moisture moving in from the south overnight will intersect cold air along and north of the I-40 corridor during the early morning hours causing the leading edge of precipitation to briefly transition to snow.

Brief sunshine will give way to more clouds

Wednesday Forecast

Dry with sunshine today, but rain arrives this evening

It’s cloudy and cold this morning with temperatures in the 30s. However, clouds will start breaking up over the next few hours. We will have a mix of sun and clouds this afternoon, but clouds will build back in tonight.

From tracking rain to tracking a chance of snow

Showers end this evening allowing for a brief break before our next chance of precipitation. With cold air in place, there could be snow flurries or a brief wintry mix in some parts of the Mid-South Thursday morning.

Rain along with a few storms & falling afternoon temperatures

Tuesday Afternoon Forecast

Scattered showers and dropping temperatures

Several areas are waking up to rain this morning. Scattered showers will be likely through this afternoon. Rain could be heavy at times and lightning is possible.

Tracking another round of rain and falling temperatures

A cold front will move through the Mid-South early Tuesday morning bringing rain to much of the area beginning tonight and continuing through the day followed by cooler air that will remain in place for the rest of the week.

More clouds with rain on the way

Monday Forecast

Dry for now, but rain expected today and tomorrow

It’s dry and cloudy this morning with temperatures in the 40s. It will be mild with clouds today and a high temperature around 60 degrees. As a cold front approaches the area, rain chances will increase late tonight.

Rain will return early this week followed by colder temperatures

Sunday Evening Weather

Tracking rain chances & mild temperatures to start the week

Rain will be possible today, tomorrow and peaking on Tuesday. Temperatures will climb into the upper 60s leading up to the cold front that will bring increased rain chances early Tuesday.

Warmer & dry for now but rain will return

Saturday Evening Weather

Tracking a warming trend along with more rain chances

The weekend is looking mainly dry with afternoon highs warming each day. Next week we track another cold front that will bring more rain to the Mid-South.

Warmer weekend followed by rain & fall temperatures next week

Winds shift to the south tomorrow allowing temperatures to climb Saturday and Sunday, but a cold front late Monday will bring rain back into the area and colder air behind it.

Cold but sunny to start the weekend

Friday Forecast

Cold today, but warming up this weekend

It's a bitterly cold morning with temperatures in the 20s and wind chills in the teens.

Clouds clear and temperatures fall

High pressure moving south out of the Northern Plains is driving out clouds and ushering in a brief spell of bitterly cold air. Temperatures plummet tonight and, even with sunshine, won’t warm up much for Valentine’s Day.

Windy and cold with a chance to dry out

Thursday Forecast

Rain moving out, cold air moves back into Mid-South

There is drizzle and mist this morning, but it will end by late morning. We will hold on to the cloud cover for most of the day, but clouds will start to clear by sunset.

Rain is get ready for the cold

Clouds, drizzle, and a few stray showers will linger overnight but the heavier rainfall has now moved east of the Mid-South. Cold dry air is now beginning to stream into the area making for a very cold end to the week.

Rain will give way to dry weather to end the week

Wednesday Forecast

Heavy rain and storms continue today

It is another wet morning with widespread rain. It's also a cold morning with temperatures in the lower 40s and wind chills in the 30s. High temperatures will reach the lower 50s in most areas, but temperatures will drop into the 30s tonight.

Tracking rain, the potential for flooding, & the possibility of storms

A low pressure system will move through the Mid-South Wednesday bringing more rain and periods of heavy rain for the entire area. As a result, a FLOOD WATCH is in effect for the entire Mid-South through Thursday morning. There is also a chance of a few strong to severe storms in NE Mississippi.

More rain on the way

Tuesday Forecast

Heavy rain causes flood threat in the Mid-South

here is a Flood Watch in place in north Mississippi through Thursday morning. We are waking up to drizzle and clouds this morning. Temperatures are in the lower 40s and wind chills are in the lower 30s with a north wind.

Heavy rain brings the threat of flood to parts of the Mid-South

A strong southerly flow ahead of an approaching low pressure system will bring a considerable amount of rainfall to much of the area, especially along and south of the I-40 corridor. One to three inches of rain will be possible in many areas. As a result, a FLASH FLOOD WATCH is in effect for much

Periods of rain through Wednesday

Monday Forecast

Rain continues and temperatures drop today

We are waking up to widespread rain this morning. A few thunderstorms with heavy rain and frequent lightning will be possible.

A soggy weather pattern until the end of the week

Sunday evening weather

Tracking several systems that will bring rounds of rain to the Mid-South

Several systems will move through the Mid-South this upcoming week, giving us lots of clouds and several rounds of rain.

A cold front will bring more rain soon

Saturday evening weather

Sunshine this weekend, tracking more rain next week

Mostly to partly sunny skies will prevail this weekend with warming temperatures. Enjoy the pleasant weather this weekend, we are tracking another wet period for the week ahead.

Sunshine for the weekend but another rainy pattern next week

High pressure builds in over the Mid-South Saturday keeping dry weather in place for the weekend followed by a cold front late Sunday that will bring rain to start the week.

Quiet weather heading into the weekend

Friday Forecast

Snow melts this afternoon, warmer this weekend

We are waking up to a dusting of snow on grass and cars. Temperatures will stay below freezing for the next few hours, so bridges and overpasses could be slick.

Snow for many tonight but no need to panic

Light snow and flurries will fall across much of the Mid-South tonight with accumulation ranging from a dusting to half an inch for most areas. There could be some icing on bridges and overpasses overnight due to temperatures falling below freezing, but no major travel issues are expected.

Wintry mix, flurries or light snow tonight

Thursday Forecast

Rain likely today, snow chances this evening

Showers will be possible this morning, but we will have a few dry hours this afternoon. However, cold air could meet up with leftover moisture this evening and give us a chance for snow and sleet.

From tracking storms to now tracking a chance of snow

Heavy rain and thunderstorms have moved out of the area and now cold air is streaming in. This could lead to a few snow flurries or snow showers tomorrow night in parts of the Mid-South especially along and north of the I-40 corridor.

Afternoon rain or storms likely

Wednesday Forecast

Showers likely today and rain chances this weekend

We are waking up to drizzle and showers across the Mid-South this morning. There will be a chance for scattered showers through this evening. Heavy rain is possible and there could be a few storms with gusty winds in north Mississippi tonight.

Rain continues for all and a few strong storms are possible for some

A cold front with a developing low pressure system will keep rain in the Mid-South tonight through Thursday along with the threat of some stronger storms in Northeast Mississippi Wednesday afternoon and evening.

Periods of rain and a few storms

Tuesday Forecast

Rainy stretch of weather, drop in temps

It is another warm and windy morning with temperatures in the 50s and 60s. There will be wind gusts around 30 mph. Some areas are waking up to rain and scattered showers will be likely throughout the day.

Active weather pattern moving into the Mid-South

A storm system impacting much of the nation will begin moving into the area tonight bringing rain and a few thunderstorms through Wednesday along with a significant drop in temperatures midweek.

More clouds, mild temps and rain on the way

Monday Forecast

Dry for now, but rain moves back in tonight

It is a cloudy and mild morning with temperatures in the 50s. It will be mostly cloudy, but we will remain dry for the majority of the day. With a breezy southwest wind up to 20 mph, high temperatures will reach the upper 60s.

Unsettled pattern to start the week

Sunday Evening Weather

Sunny & warm today, followed by rain and storms early to midweek

South winds and sunny skies will help keep us warm across the region today. Enjoy the pleasant weather, we are tracking more rain and storms early to mid-week.

Great end to the weekend followed by rain and storms next week

Saturday Evening Weather

Tracking pleasant weather this weekend, rain & storms next week

Tracking a pleasant start to the weekend and new month across the Mid-South. Enjoy, as more rain and storms return this upcoming week.

Sunshine returns for the weekend but clouds, rain, & a few t’storms will return

Clouds clear tomorrow as temperatures climb this weekend but a developing system will move in from the west bringing clouds back to the area Monday followed by rain and thunderstorms and falling temperatures.

Clouds will finally give way to sunshine this weekend

Friday Forecast

Cold & wet today, sunshine this weekend

We are once again waking up to patchy fog and light rain. Rain will continue through the morning and then there could be patchy drizzle through this evening.

Clouds & a surge of moisture bring a chance of rain tonight & tomorrow

A weak disturbance moving in from the southwest will bring a slight chance of showers to the area after midnight and into early Friday morning.

More clouds and chilly temperatures to end the week

Thursday Forecast

Clouds & drizzle today, but sun returns this weekend

It’s a cool and cloudy morning with temperatures in the 30s and low 40s. It will remain cloudy all day with patchy drizzle possible. Highs this afternoon will only be in the upper 40s.