Alan's Sunday Morning Forecast

Alan's Sunday Morning Forecast

Posted: Sun Mar 18 05:11:29 PDT 2018
Updated: Sun Mar 18 05:11:30 PDT 2018

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stalled around or just slightly north of the interstate 20 corridor. this front has not done much to drop temperatures, and we will start of the morning in the middle and lower 50s for much of the area. this front will, however, come back to play on sunday as the focal point for the development of additional showers thunderstorms as we head through the morning hours. most of the heavier morning showers will stay primarily south of interstate 20, but a few showers and perhaps and isolated thunderstorm could make it's way into northeast mississippi. by early afternoon this aforementioned stalled front, will begin lifting back to the north as a warm front bringing mostly cloudy conditions and the possiblity for a few scattered storms heading into the early evening. low pressure will build into our area throughout the course of today and into our monday. this will bring us some good off and on chances for some rain and thunderstorms both today and tomorrow. some of this activity may be on the strong to severe side on our sunday evening through our monday afternoon. we will see the potential for some strong and gusty winds, large hail and even some storms capable of producing a tornado at times. most of the activity will clear out of our area by middle to late afternoon on our monday. we will see colder and drier air will move into northeast mississippi. we could see some frosty and freezing temperatures in our area during our wednesday and thursday morning. so albeit, winter ends via the calendar this upcoming week, our weather forecast does not end the season as of now. ((adlib)) thanks for watching this morning. for alan matthew and everyone here at wtva 9 news, i'm have a great day! if your child has one of these products, you should immediately take it away and contact handi-craft for information on how to receive a replacement items or comparable merchandise of equal or lesser value. the weak cold front that moved into our area yesterday, has slowed and practically stalled around or just slightly north of the interstate 20 corridor. this front has not done much to drop temperatures, and we will start of the morning in the middle and lower 50s for much of the area. this front will, however, come back to play on sunday as the focal point for the development of additional showers thunderstorms as we head through the morning hours. most of the heavier morning showers will stay primarily south of interstate 20, but a few showers and perhaps and isolated thunderstorm could make it's way into northeast mississippi. by early afternoon this aforementioned stalled front, will begin lifting back to the north as a warm front bringing mostly cloudy conditions and the possiblity for a few scattered storms heading into the early evening. low pressure will build into our area throughout the course of today and into our monday. this will bring us some good off and on chances for some rain and thunderstorms both today and tomorrow. some of this activity may be on the strong to severe side on our sunday evening through our monday afternoon. we will see the potential for some strong and gusty winds, large hail and even some storms capable of producing a tornado at times. most of the activity will clear out of our area by middle to late afternoon on our monday. we will see colder and drier air will move into northeast mississippi. we could see some frosty and freezing temperatures in our area during our wednesday and thursday morning. so albeit, winter ends via the calendar this upcoming week, our weather forecast does not end the season as of now. st. patty's day was just yesterday, but if you missed this check out
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