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Weather Briefing for Winter Weather Tonight and Cold Temperatures through Wednesday Morning

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Last Map Update: Mon, Nov. 11, 2019 at 4:03:25 pm CST

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A strong cold front will move through the Mid-South today. Rain will briefly change to sleet and snow late this afternoon and tonight. A period of freezing drizzle is possible before precipitation ends. A light dusting to perhaps a half inch of snow is possible, mainly north of a line from Tunica, to Bolivar, to Decaturville. This may result in some slick spots on bridges and overpasses as temperatures fall below freezing tonight. Dangerous, record breaking cold temperatures are expected tonight through Wednesday morning. In addition, wind chill values will drop into the single digits to lower teens late tonight and early Tuesday. A wind advisory is in effect along and west of the Mississippi River late this afternoon through most of tonight. North winds will gust to 35 mph.
Strong north winds will accompany a cold front moving across the Mid- South today. Expect north winds of 20-25 mph, gusting over 35 mph at times.
Light snow is expected across portions of west Tennessee, northeast Arkansas, and the Missouri Bootheel through tonight. The changeover to snow and sleet is expected to begin as early as late afternoon in the north and after sunset farther south. Light accumulations, generally a dusting to 1/2 inch are possible. A few areas could see slightly higher amounts, mainly in the Tennessee River Valley. In addition, there is an outside possibility for some patchy freezing drizzle overnight. Be careful on area roads as there may be a few slick spots, especially bridges and overpasses.

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 Latest observation from the NWS office at  the Agricenter in east Memphis
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