Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Current Radar Loop
Temp, Rain, & Snow Probabilities Next 36 Hours (auto-updating)
Monday Night – Slight Chance of Sprinkles/Flurries
I could sit here and go through all the weather models with you, but reality is there is not a chance of any accumulating snow. The weather system is weak (many areas will see no precip), the roads are warm, and we’ll only barely, and briefly, reach freezing.
Tuesday – Windy, Cold, & Slight Chance of Rain/Snow – Morning Low 31 / Afternoon High 45
The rain/flurries may linger through mid-afternoon.
The forecast wake-up wind chill is 28. Wind chill values aren’t forecast to get above 35 all day. All this is courtesy of strong north winds, gusting as high as 30 mph by the afternoon. #SpringFail
Maybe this will make you feel better. At least it always make me feel better — My parents moved to Montreal, QC, Canada from Oxford, MS. At least your forecast does not look like this…
(Editor’s Note: I do not feel better, but I hope y’all do)
Wednesday – Sunny & COLD – Morning Low 22 / Afternoon High 49
Expect a Hard Freeze Wednesday morning:
This will be a shock to the system. Thankfully, a modest wind will only cut the wind chill down to 20.
We’ll warm up quickly Wednesday, then the pattern will shift from cold to warm.
Thursday’s winds will gust to 40 mph, but the high will be 61.
Official Extended NWS Forecast:
Severe weather is not expected Thursday/Friday.
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