Much needed rain and a drop in temperatures this weekend
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - More hot conditions expected across the Mid-South for Wednesday with another Heat Advisory in effect due to Real Feel Temperatures between 105° - 110° this afternoon.
This could be the last day of the heat advisories for this week. Thursday still looks to be hot but the advisory may only be needed in a small area or maybe not at all, according to the National Weather Service.
A stationary front to our north will trigger a few showers and storms Wednesday, but most areas will remain dry with actual temperatures in the mid and upper 90s.
As we move into the second half of the week, this stationary front slowly sinks south, therefore, our rain chances will increase significantly.
We finally see the relief from the heat this weekend with high temperatures in the 80s.
Scattered rain chances will remain high over the weekend, but it doesn’t look like a wash-out.
Areas along and north of the TN/MS could see a few inches of rain during this period.
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The front lifts to the northeast on Monday and our shower chances will become more isolated.
By Tuesday the upper ridge will start to rebuild into the area and the heat starts to return.
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