Area Forecast Discussion
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FXUS64 KMEG 060215

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Memphis TN
815 PM CST Fri Mar 5 2021

No major changes to the forecast this evening. A few light returns
on the radar, but nothing too heavy. Showers should end later skies clear. A nice weekend is in store for the Mid


.PREV DISCUSSION... /issued 527 PM CST Fri Mar 5 2021/


Skies are cloudy across much of the Mid-South this afternoon with
temperatures ranging from the mid 40s to the lower 60s. Some areas
of light rain have popped up across the Mid-South this afternoon.
The rain is due to an upper level low over eastern Oklahoma.

This upper level low will move southeast and weaken through
tonight. As it does, the rain over the Mid-South will exit the
region with dry weather returning by early this evening.
Temperatures will be on the chilly side tonight with lows Saturday
morning in the 30s.

High pressure will take over the weather pattern across the region
for the weekend with dry weather and seasonal temperatures
expected both Saturday and Sunday. Dry weather will continue
into Monday and Tuesday with temperatures warming into the mid to
upper 60s during the afternoon hours.

A cold front will begin to approach the region on Wednesday with
rain possibly moving into extreme northwest sections of the Mid-
South while the remainder of the region remains dry. As the front
inches closer to the region Thursday and next Friday, the chance
for rain will also slowly increase. Temperatures will remain above
normal for Thursday and next Friday with many areas seeing highs
at or above 70 degrees both days.


/00Z TAFs/

VFR conditions will prevail through the period. Showers will move
in just after the TAF period especially over TUP. Otherwise,
winds will become elevated across the TAF sites with gusts at TUP
by the end of the period.




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