...Light Wintry Precipitation is Possible Saturday late afternoon into Saturday evening across the northern counties... A strong cold front will push into the Mid-South tomorrow and abruptly drop temperatures to near freezing by the early evening hours. Strong northerly winds will usher in the cold air changing the light rain over to light snow and potentially some patchy freezing drizzle for areas generally north of a line from Wynne Arkansas to Savannah Tennessee. Minor snow accumulations of up to a half of an inch and very minor ice accumulations may cause elevated surfaces and secondary roads to become slick during the evening and overnight hours. In addition, any standing water from previous rainfall may flash freeze, resulting in black ice forming on roadways through Sunday morning. Please stay tuned for later forecasts and possible changes to the forecasted accumulations.
Current Condition: Overcast
Wind Speeds: 10.49mph
Chance of Precipitation: 0%
Temperature: 60/23 Heavy rain until afternoon, starting again in the evening, and breezy throughout the day. Sunday:
Temperature: 36/26 Partly cloudy in the morning. Monday:
Temperature: 44/36 Partly cloudy starting in the evening. Tuesday:
Temperature: 60/35 Breezy throughout the day and rain starting in the evening. Wednesday:
Temperature: 37/28 Mixed precipitation (1–3 in. of snow) until afternoon, starting again overnight.