MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The Mid-South may see a few snowflakes Thursday night, but don’t expect it to stick around.
Weather Expert Jim Jaggers said, even though we’ll be getting to close to freezing overnight, don’t expect any accumulation, as the ground temperatures are too warm to support any snow.
There could be a little snow on lawns, a few bushes and trees.
Bridges and overpasses could be tricky Thursday night and Friday morning, so take it slow and easy.
The National Weather Service tweeted that a Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for Thursday night.
⚠ Winter Weather Advisory in effect tonight for much of the Mid-South. Rain will quickly change to snow and bridges and overpasses will likely become slick. Use caution if you need to travel overnight. ⚠ #tnwx #mswx #mowx #arwx #midsouthwx pic.twitter.com/iL0kArjXwB
— NWS Memphis (@NWSMemphis) February 7, 2020