First things first . . . . . lots of counties are currently under advisories and warnings for wintry weather. For your latest weather updates you need to go to www.wtva.com/weather. We will keep you updated there and along with television and the numerous forms of social media . . . . . Now, the farther northwest you are in our viewing area, the better your chances for some slippery conditions. So in other words, if you are in Tippah or Lafayette counties . . . . . you will have a better chance at slippery travel, compared to someone in Lowndes or Noxubee counties. This is all due to another blast of cold Canadian air moving through the area. We are currently seeing a big drop in temperatures and this will continue through the overnight hours. Our temperatures will continue to drop overnight and Monday morning, down into the 20s and 30s. While wind chills will drop off into the teens (at least). This cold air is a guarantee. Now, back to the slippery travel . . . . . The main slippery travel will be on bridges and overpasses for the advised areas. While, the farther northwest counties could see many of the major roads and side roads get very slippery. Most of the wintry precipitation will move out of the area on our Monday, however some slippery travel could extend into Monday night and into Tuesday. Especially if areas of ice or snow build up in some areas. Stay tuned to us for further weather updates.