Memphis--After a dry and mild Thanksgiving Day, colder weather is on tap for your Black Friday shopping. Showers will develop ahead of the change in temperature late Thursday night. The window for rain is narrow with showers exiting the Mid-South by 9:00 a.m Friday. A clearing sky Friday morning will make for a sunny afternoon. Even so, afternoon highs will only make it into the upper 50s.
Friday night will be dry with a clear sky and much colder temperatures. Freezing conditions are likely before sunrise Saturday morning. Saturday afternoon will be unseasonably cold with most areas reaching highs only in the upper 40s. A southerly wind will return Sunday warming the region significantly. The entire weekend will be dry.
Early Monday rain returns to the area. The atmosphere will become unstable enough to produce a few t-storms Monday evening. Rain will end Tuesday morning and drier air will bring about a clearing sky Tuesday afternoon.
Wednesday & Thursday will be mostly sunny, dry and seasonable with highs in the mid to upper 50s.
-Meteorologist Mark Walden