Wind Chill Advisory

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(WREG-TV) Temperatures are back in the deep freezer once again as the latest cold Arctic air mass pushes into the MidSouth.

We may go above the freezing mark briefly on Wednesday, but a better bet will be on Thursday.

A Wind Chill Advisory kicks in at midnight for the MidSouth and ends midday Tuesday.

Expect mostly cloudy skies tonight with a low of 12 degrees in the city of Memphis.  Outlying areas will be in the single digits once again.

Wind chill values near zero to five degrees below zero.

Tuesday, continued mostly cloudy and cold with a high of only 23 degrees and northerly wind at 10 mph.

Wind chills Tuesday will be near 10 degrees.

Tuesday night, look for clear skies with a low near 11 degrees.  Wind chill at two degrees below zero.

Wednesday, finally warmer weather with mostly sunny skies and a high of 33.

By Thursday temperatures will rise to the mid 40s.

Low 50s by Friday with rain chances for late Friday into Saturday.