Wintry weather slowly exits central Mississippi

Wintry weather slowly exits central Mississippi
ALERT DAY In Place As Wintry System Bears Down on Mississippi (Source: WLBT)

Most of the wintry weather and rain has come to an end and has moved out of the area, but snow is still on surfaces and grassy areas around portions of the area this afternoon. Expect temperatures to likely to stay in the 30′s for majority of the day under cloudy skies. Winds are out of the north sustained around 10 to 15 MPH, so it may feel even colder. It will be frigid out tonight with overnight lows dropping below freezing to the 20′s.

The snow has unfortunately exited the area for any snow lovers out there! A few flurries could be possible in our...

Posted by Meteorologist Peyton Garrison on Monday, January 11, 2021

We’ll likely see some gradual clearing within the clouds tonight and into tomorrow morning. Any areas of snow or ice out on roadways, bridges, or overpasses could potentially freeze into tonight and could become hazardous for tomorrow morning’s commute. It should all melt by tomorrow with temperatures rising back in the upper 40′s with partly sunny skies. A disturbance will swing in tomorrow night and into Wednesday morning that will likely bring cloud cover to the area. We’re not expecting any rain as of now. Temperatures will gradually warm into the week to near 60 degrees with much brighter skies as well.

Peyton's Monday Afternoon Forecast

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