|Upper level low (UL) position this evening with precip well ahead of it moving across the Gulf Coast states|
|Upper level low (UL) position as of Monday evening (note very little movement between now and then) with the next round of precipitation moving out ahead of it|
By Tuesday morning, the computer model used in these images (GFS) indicates that the upper low will be moving directly over the Mid-South. Though the main area of precipitation will have moved east of us, showery weather is typical with passing upper lows, so that is what we expect until the low moves by mid-day Tuesday (as shown below). We'll keep a very close eye on Tuesday morning temperatures as well. Though temperatures are expected to remain above freezing, we'll monitor for the potential for a few snowflakes as the system moves overhead that morning. Once it finally moves east, the weather pattern looks drier for a few days to end the holiday week.
|Upper level low (UL) position as of noon Tuesday with lingering showers over the Mid-South under the low|
For MemphisWeather.net, I wish you and yours a blessed and wonderful Christmas Day!
--Erik Proseus, Meteorologist
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