With snow predicted in the weather forecast with record low temperatures expected in Memphis, Tennessee, it is no surprise that school closings are making their rounds for the Memphis Metro area including Shelby County.
They say 9/11 is a day to never forget, well that may surely be the case for not only people whose cars and homes were flooded in a flash flood in Memphis today (Sept 11.), but also for the business owners and employees at the Southland Mall in Memphis. The[…]
Flashing flooding in Memphis and the Mid-South has caused cars and homes to become flooded or overwhelmed with water from heavy rain brought on by stormy weather which has hit the Mid-South on today (Thursday, September 11, 2014).
Northern California was hit by a magnitude 6.0 earthquake near Napa Valley in the San Francisco Bay area on Sunday.
With scattered thunderstorms being reported throughout the Mid-South, MLGW is reporting that over two-thousand customers are without power in Memphis.
While the National Weather Service issued a tornado watch for Memphis, TN on today (April 28, 2014), a deadly tornado struck in Arkansas and other parts of the Mid-west and South killing at least 18 people.
Following a winter storm warning for Shelby County and parts of the Mid-South on March 2nd, Memphis and Shelby County Schools and others have announced school closings.
With Memphis weather temperatures currently under the freezing point this Monday, February 3, 2014 which dipped far below that over Super Bowl Sunday night, Shelby County Schools were placed on a watch while other closings have been announced in the Mid-South.
With cold temperatures in Memphis, TN and surrounding areas dropping below freezing, school closings have been announced for the Memphis metro-area.
With the cold weather reaching record low temperatures in Memphis, TN it is not surprising that school closings have been announced for the Memphis and Shelby County area.
With below freezing temperatures due to the Arctic cold weather pushing through the Memphis metro area, closings are coming in and around Memphis, TN and the State of Tennessee has been placed under Level III “State of Emergency.”
Memphis weather forecast called for snow today (January 5), however the city hasn’t seen snow as of this evening. There was rain coming down in the city before noon today which kind of dwindled off into the afternoon.