Q2 Weather: Quick shot of snow and cold again

Friday night, we dropped into the single digits with wind chills well below zero.

Cold air and high pressure remain in place this morning with slightly warmer afternoon temperatures compared to yesterday highs on Sunday than compared to Saturday. As Sunday turns to Monday, that's when the transition to all snow will start to begin.

As of now a dusting up to an inch of snow is expected, with the heavier accumulations more likely in South Central Tennessee. Take a look at high temperatures for the next five days on the space coast and across Central Florida.

Grand Strand Sunday Temps and Wind CHills
Grand Strand Sunday Temps and Wind CHills Pee Dee Temps and Wind Chills Sunday

There will be plenty of sunshine throughout Sunday, and winds will calm down throughout the afternoon and evening. Northerly 10-15 miles per hour breezes and gusts up to 20 miles per hour are expected to make it feel about 10-15 degrees colder than that.

Monday: Morning light snow, then mostly cloudy and cold. Wind chills will be -20 to -40 in these areas. Wind: SW/N 10-15. Low: 23. North wind 10 to 15 miles per hour.

EXTENDED: Temperatures will hover in the teens on Tuesday, you will need to continue bundling up. East wind 3 to 5 miles per hour. Wind chills from 0 to -10 degrees.

  • Joey Payne