A small risk for an isolated shower with some patchy fog possible.
Cloudy skies will continue into tonight with low temperatures in the middle to upper 50s with another round of fog likely developing late tonight after midnight and affecting your morning commute on Thursday. The record highs are 66 in London and 65 in Jackson. The current record is 56° set in 2017. The warm-up will not stop there, but the dry weather will as the first of several rounds of steadier rain is set to arrive around sunset on Thursday.
Thursday morning looks mild and breezy with temperatures slowly warming through the 50s. By Friday night, we will be back below Freezing.
Rain is possible Wednesday night and Thursday, before rain changes to snow late Thursday afternoon as daytime temperatures fall to below freezing. Amounts still being adjusted since track is still uncertain.
Snow will continue over the day on Saturday, leading to unsafe travel conditions.
Now, let’s focus on the question many of you have been asking. Rain getting heavier into the evening/night.
Temperatures tonight will hang right around freezing. Sleet, freezing rain and snow will impact the morning commute.
We have a chance for lake-effect snow on Saturday and we could see light snow on Monday. Turning colder through the day. It’s too early to make a call on accumulations, but the system is something to watch! Then there will be a pause in the shower development until the early afternoon when a shower or two may build across the area.