MEMPHIS, Tenn —
What you need to know
- A rouge storm or two Sunday & Memorial Day
- Temperatures slowly climb next week
- Higher humidity levels move back into the Mid-South next week
Several showers and storms developed today mainly across northern Mississippi which may have put a damper on some holiday weekend plans.
Rain chances will remain included in the evening forecast but as we wrap up Saturday and head into Sunday, rain chances will be much lower than today.
On Sunday, while a rouge thunderstorm or two cannot be ruled out in the area, most people will see plenty of sunshine with a few clouds mixed in throughout the day. Rain chances on Sunday will be at 10%.
Memorial Day will be a near-carbon copy of Sunday with a stray storm or two being possible.
As we continue into the last few days of May and the beginning of June, temperatures will be slowly climbing. High temperatures by the end of the week will be topping out in the upper 80s to lower 90s areawide.
A weak system will bring the chance for isolated afternoon thunderstorms on Thursday and Friday.
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