Severe and tornadic thunderstorms are now ongoing in Arkansas and approaching Memphis. Those storms are expected to weaken by the time they cross the Tennessee River, reduced only to a few weak thunderstorms and rain by time they reach here early Monday morning. The HRRR model illustrates this weakening.
No severe weather is expected.
We think more rain and a few weak thunderstorms may develop early Monday afternoon. High 71°. Rain chances won’t end until Monday night.
Rest of the Work Week (most of it)
Rain may return Tuesday night. In fact, the Storm Prediction Center has outlooked us for a low chance of severe thunderstorms Tuesday night:
This’ll be something to watch, but it’s on the low end of the Worry-O-Meter.
Another shortwave drives by Wednesday night, but it doesn’t look that impressive.
Peek at the Weekend?
This is forecast voo-doo land, but it looks pretty wet. Has the potential to wash out.
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