Thursday, July 31st,  2014

An upper level disturbance will bring heavy rain to the “Ark-La-Tex” region today, but only scattered showers for much of the Mid-South.  Highs will struggle to hit 80 this afternoon.  Cloudy and cool for the last day of the month.

July will go down in the record books as one of the coolest since “climate data” was recorded starting in 1875.   It’s expected that the average will be 79.9 degrees which will tie us, for “5th” all time coolest July’s on record.   Early reports tell us that both Tupelo and Jackson, TN  will establish “all time” coolest records for the month.  There will likely be many of those reported tomorrow, we’ll share what we find.  Many thank to the Memphis National Weather Service office for their data expertise.


We will be tracking the storm through out the day and keep you up to date on its precip potential!

Todd Demers, Daybreak/Noon
WREG-TV News Channel 3
On Your Side Weather Center
Memphis, TN, USA
(901) 543-2111


Information on the MARS ROVERS

you don’t see this everyday.  Iceberg collapses and sends out a big wave.


If you are watching the tropics: (cruise or trip to the beach planned?)  Be on the look out for the development of TS Bertha by the weekend, but it’s still way out in the Atlantic.


Okay Star gazers… here’s the plan for the rest of the year!