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From the Vipir 7 Storm Center
Weather Update - 5:00 p.m. Sunday
Skies have given way to breaks of sunshine this afternoon, but a few showers remain across the Mid-South. The forecast seems to be in favor of those that will have outdoor plans for the Labor Day Holiday and not in favor of those who weren't wishing for the heat and humidity to make a comeback as we step into September.
Tonight, a few showers and an isolated thunderstorm will linger over West Tennessee into the evening and after midnight we should see most, if not all areas, become dry. Patchy fog will be possible by early Monday morning but breezy conditions overnight should keep most areas from seeing especially dense fog. Temperatures will drop to the upper 60s and low 70s by sunrise around 6:30.
During the day tomorrow, mostly sunny skies will accompany increasingly hot and humid conditions. Be alert to symptoms of heat related illnesses since heat index readings will approach the upper 90s during the later hours of the afternoon. Actual temperatures will peak in the upper 80s and low 90s at this time. An isolated shower or thunderstorm is unlikely but a more significant chance for rain will return on Tuesday and last into Wednesday as another area of low pressure moves into the Mid-South.
Have a happy Labor Day!
Storm Team 7 Chief Meteorologist
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