Here's an update from the Mississippi Department of Transportation:
"MDOT is staying prepared as winter weather moves into North Mississippi. Jace Ponder, MDOT Public Information Officer, is in Panola County where snow is falling. Although there is no snow accumulation, MDOT crews are prepped and ready to respond as necessary. Motorists are advised to pay attention to the forecast and keep track of changing weather conditions."
It’s snowing! 🌨 Snow is falling in parts of north Mississippi and MDOT crews are ready and waiting to treat any icy roads. Be sure to stay weather aware! To keep up with current travel conditions, download the MDOT Traffic mobile app or visit https://t.co/DRxiyq5xYP pic.twitter.com/Pu5htst0dz— MDOT (@MississippiDOT) December 10, 2019
UPDATE (1:15 p.m.): There are reports of snow in multiple areas throughout the region.
According to the National Weather Service in Memphis, parts of Northeast Mississippi could see a wintry mix of precipitation hit the ground this afternoon.
The area is expected to take on rain throughout the afternoon, with the chance it becomes snow - which could accumulate on grassy areas - into the evening. Temperatures are expected to dip into the 30s throughout the region around the 5 p.m. hour, and continue to drop into the night. The low expected is 27 degrees.
We'll post updates as things adjust, and you can find more details for your area here: https://buff.ly/2RNZs31