Weather Update – 10:30 p.m. Wednesday
Showers and thunderstorms have moved out of the area for the night allowing for drier conditions and clearer skies to return. Patchy fog may form overnight if winds become light enough. Temperatures will only drop to the middle and upper 60s by Thursday morning. Another chance for storms is in the forecast for each of the next 7 days including Memorial Day.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will develop once more from the morning into the afternoon and evening. Some storms could become strong or even severe but severe weather is not likely going to impact a widespread area – threats are more likely to be localized. However, flash flooding will be possible with any thunderstorms that produce heavy rainfall. High temperatures will warm up to the middle and upper 80s tomorrow.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Skies will become mostly cloudy on Friday and Saturday with more rounds of rain on the way. Despite the stretch of humid weather continuing, it appears that temperatures may be cooler to end the week with highs in the lower 80s. Once again scattered storms could produce heavy rainfall at times and one or two thunderstorms could produce severe weather in the form of damaging winds and large hail.
SUNDAY AND MEMORIAL DAY
The weather forecast becomes more challenging for the start of next week with a lot of data disagreeing on what will take place. However, I’m losing confidence that our weather will remain dry. For both days, it looks like pop-up showers and thunderstorms will be possible in West Tennessee so you may want to prepare for that when making your Memorial Day weekend plans if you’re going to be doing anything outdoors.
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