Quiet on Monday before storms are likely (11/27/22)
The transition from the weekend to the start of the work week will include mostly cloudy conditions that keep our temperatures right around the lower 70s and upper 30s. We’ll stay dry for now and have mostly sunny skies for most of the day on Monday with temperatures near normal.
The Java Jumpstart to the Week shows temperatures in the 30s up through about sunrise, then more sun throughout the afternoon as highs top out in the middle 50s.
Once we start to look past Monday, Tuesday looks to be a more active period in which we could see rain as well as the chance for some thunderstorms. Right now, as of Sunday afternoon, most of our area is under a “Slight” risk in which damaging winds are most likely.
The isolated chance for more severe impacts including a tornado exists to the south including areas such as Dunklin/New Madrid/Pemiscot counties (in southeast Missouri), and Lake/Obion counties (in Tennessee). The timing of these storms looks to be late Tuesday into Tuesday night.
Behind this storm system, we will turn much cooler with highs sliding back into the 40s for the end of November and beginning of December. Rain is possible again with more showers looking to swing by the first part of the weekend.
Meteorologist Jessica Blum
FOX 23 Storm Alert Team