Another surge of moisture will come in from the south prior to daybreak and this will lead to additional rain and freezing rain concerns during the day Tuesday. If you experienced freezing rain on Monday then you will be vulnerable to it again on Tuesday. A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY and an ICE STORM WARNING have been issued for parts of the area. Moisture will linger Tuesday night into Wednesday morning and the threat of frozen precipitation will continue as long as temperatures flirt with the freezing mark. We should moderate back into the 40s by Wednesday afternoon.
Several more inches of rain are possible across the southeastern part of the WCBI viewing during the next 24 to 36 hours. Several FLOOD WARNINGS have been issued.
Yet another storm system will swirl through MS & AL on Thursday. A few computer models are hinting that this feature may give our area more heavy rain and perhaps even some snow if the atmosphere can get cold enough. Thankfully we have a few days to see how it’s all going to evolve.
The good news is that brighter skies and much drier conditions are set to return on Friday. They should carry us through the weekend and into early next week.
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