Winter Weather Advisory Issued Along And North Of Interstate 40 Tonight

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(WREG-TV) The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for counties along and north of Interstate 40 from 6 p.m. Friday until 6 a.m. Saturday.

Light snow is expected to bring across the southern plains and move quickly through the Mid-South Friday evening and end quickly by early Saturday.

The weather service says areas along and north of Interstate 40 can expect an inch of snow with some areas receiving up to two inches.

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  • Mrs Peacock

    Thanks guys for the update! Your predictions have been spot on for Arkansas and we appreciate it! We are still in a deep freeze in Marion. Our trees still have ice on them and we have snow from yesterday. Thankfully our power is back on after being out from Sunday until Thursday. I heed the Advisories and Warning when issued because we usually get hit with it. Thanks again for all you do!

  • StretcHi

    Mrs Peacock, they are always right about Arkansas and Dyersburg. There is no reason to continue to add the Memphis metro area when nothing happens. Nothing changes tonight. We will not get an inch. Or even half an inch. We got the most “snow” yesterday and there was not any type of advisory out. Remember the Ice storm warning? Nothing. The winter storm warning? Nothing. Today? Probably nothing.

  • Don

    People around Chicago know enough to keep bleach and a hand towel in their vehicle.I if they get stuck in the snow they wet the towel and rub on the tire treads for extra traction. Don’t spin the tires, just rock back and forth a few time, and slowly start rolling. It works.

  • Wanna be's

    Here comes another swing and a miss. The weather men in this city are horrible. And they actually get paid to scare everyone and be right 1 out of 10 times.

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