A disturbance is tracking southeastward and producing either rain or snow across the Ozarks and into northeastern Arkansas and western Tennessee. By the time the moisture arrives in Mississippi and western Alabama, temperatures will be well above freezing and so all liquid precipitation is expected.
- Increasing across west Alabama after 2pm.
- Possible near the I-65 corridor by 4pm.
- Activity should be very light
- Will dissipate after dark
- Mainly rain free to the east of I-65
We end the weekend on a more positive note with mainly dry conditions, partly sunny skies and milder temperatures by the afternoon hours. Lows in the 20s & 30s and highs in the 60s.
Our next best chance for rain and even storms is on Monday morning. The activity will be moving in from the north and strongest across the highway 278 corridor and then tend to weaken as it pushes southward during the day.
This upcoming week looks quite unsettled with a chance for rain and storms pretty much on a daily basis. Highest chances are on Monday and Wednesday. Probability is too low at this point to discuss severe storm potential. If anything changes though we'll let you know.
Jill Gilardi Fox 6 Meteorologist