Wednesday, May 25th, 2016
Partly to mostly cloudy breezy and continued warm for the Mid-South today.
Highs in the mid to upper80s, winds from the south will be picking up o 10-15 mph.
Scattered showers or thundershowers are once again possible.
Overnight lows will hold near 70 by daybreak, and we will warm well into the 80s again for Thursday.
Our warm, humid, un-settled weather pattern will linger into the weekend with temperatures in the 85-90 degree range. South winds and scattered showers.
Looks like temps will try to climb into the upper 80s and lower 90s toward the end of the month, and beginning of June.
Typical “summer like” weather pattern with the pop up showers.
Severe threat today:
June first starts hurricane season, and the experts are already watching this area carefully.
THE WREG-TV NEWS CHANNEL 3 SEVERE WEATHER CENTER #WEATHEREXPERTS:
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