EARLY EVENING SATURDAY — MAY 23, 2015
Mild tonight with lows falling into the mid/high 60’s. Winds: SSE @ 5 MPH. Coverage chance for precipitation: 0% early, increasing to 20% by early Sunday morning.
Highs tomorrow on the warm side with number running into the high 80’s. Winds: SSE @ 5-15 MPH. Coverage chance for precipitation: 20% early, increasing to 70% into evening.
EVEN MORE WEATHER? SURE! WE CAN DO THAT!
Early in the #MemorialDayWeekend more clouds than anything else for the #MidSouth , but rain & thunder are on the way back again. When can we expect more problems for outdoor activities? I’ll have your complete forecast coming up on #WREG video weatherblog #WeatherOvertime . #ShareAndEnjoy
Dragon is back on earth after departing the Int’l Space Station:
Have a safe Memorial Day weekend! If you are heading to Tom Lee Park for the final “AutoZone Sunset Symphony” the weather is looking great: Mid 70’s late afternoon, and upper 60’s after the sun goes down. Mild weather expected, isolated showers cannot be ruled out.
We talked Friday morning on Daybreak about “James Hyter” and his version of “Ol’ man river” at the Sunset Symphony. Here it is for you to enjoy.
Here are a couple of more things you may consider for the weekend:
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