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Joel's Wednesday Morning Forecast: Sunny and cold through mid-week

December 5, 2018

Posted: Wed Dec 05 06:28:54 PST 2018
Updated: Wed Dec 05 06:28:54 PST 2018

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we'll begin the day with temperatures mostly in the mid and upper 20s. a few will still be in the lower 30s. throughout the day, we will expect abundant sunshine. but with a continued northerly flow between 5 and 10 mph, temperatures will likely remain in the mid-40s. this will likely be a carbon copy of what we saw tuesday. no rainfall or significant cloud coverage is expected. and once the sun goes down, temperatures plummet. by thursday morning, we're mostly clear with temperatures into the upper 20s and lower 30s. thursday will bring an increase in cloud coverage as winds gradually shift out of the south. this will bring a slight warm-up to the region. but it won't be quite as drastic due to the extra clouds. highs climb into the upper 40s to lower 50s. no rain is anticipated. but by the evening, some sprinkles will begin to creep into the mississippi delta region. so through the night thursday into friday, these will slowly shift into our region. due to the extra clouds and southerly flow, temperatures will be much milder friday morning, likely into the upper 30s and lower 40s. we'll see these showers become a bit more widespread through the day, especially into the afternoon and evening. temperatures will be much cooler, even with a slight southerly flow. most areas will only reach the mid and upper 40s. even though these temperatures will struggle to warm up much during the day, the southerly flow and widespread showers continue into the overnight friday and saturday. so temperatures don't drop much at all by saturday morning. lows will likely be in the upper 30s to lower 40s. into saturday morning, showers will be even more widespread and even heavy at times. to our north, over parts of west tennessee, the rain will likely transition to a wintry mix. at this point, this still appears to remain to our north through saturday. so
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