Rain showers give way to cloudy skies as another storm system moves toward the Mid-South

Happy Tuesday!

LEVEL 2/5 THREAT FOR STRONG TO SEVERE STORMS TOMORROW AFTERNOON/EVENING ACROSS MID-SOUTH.

All of the Mid-South is under a 2/5 Risk Zone for Wednesday, January 18, 2023.
All of the Mid-South is under a 2/5 Risk Zone for Wednesday, January 18, 2023.

Take it slow on the roadways this morning.

It’s a mild start to the day with patchy fog.

Temperatures this afternoon will rise to the mid/upper 60s.

Rain chance: 10%--mainly this morning south of I-40.

Winds: 5/10 mph.

Clouds will remain mostly cloudy throughout Tuesday in the Mid-South.
Clouds will remain mostly cloudy throughout Tuesday in the Mid-South.

LOOKING AHEAD:

Strong to severe storms tomorrow afternoon - evening across the Mid-South.

Damaging wind gusts and heavy rain will be the primary threats.

Damaging winds are the primary threat with Wednesday's severe weather risk.
Damaging winds are the primary threat with Wednesday's severe weather risk.

Rainfall totals will be near an inch.

Secondary threats include isolated tornadoes and hail.

Temperatures will be in the 50s behind the cold front. We’re back in the 40s by Monday.


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