First Alert to potential patchy frost for some tonight
April 18, 2022
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - After a cool and rainy Easter weekend, temperatures will remain below average to start this week.
Clouds will steadily clear throughout this morning, leading to more sunshine this afternoon. Highs will be in the mid 60s.
- NORMAL HIGH: 74
- NORMAL LOW: 53
It will be chilly tonight with temperatures falling into the mid/upper 30s across most of West Tennessee and Northeast Arkansas.
This will result in the potential for patchy frost. The National Weather Service in Memphis might issue a Frost Advisory later today.
Be sure to download the WMC First Alert weather app for Apple or Android to your smartphone or tablet. Should any advisories be issued for your location, you will get them instantly on your phone or tablet.
On Average, Memphis’ last Spring frost is March 29, so tonight’s potential frost would be late in the season.
Frost could kill sensitive outdoor vegetation if left outdoors and/or uncovered.
Temperatures will remain below average again on Tuesday, but will rebound by Wednesday with highs back to the 70s. Some showers will move across the Midsouth late Wednesday into early Thursday. It does not appear that this system will result in any severe thunderstorms.
The late week forecast looks warm and dry as temperatures will climb into the 80s area wide by Friday and Saturday.
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