Published: Mon, May 22, 2017
National | By Mildred Castro

A wet start to the week, with some flooding possible by Tuesday

A wet start to the week, with some flooding possible by Tuesday

A good deal of clouds is expected with temperatures in the upper 60s.

Another system will dive into the area on Wednesday.

Partly sunny skies prevail on Sunday with highs again rising to near 70 degrees, which is right around the climatological norm for late May.

Scattered showers and even a t'storm is expected Monday morning through the afternoon.

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So far, Memorial Day weekend should be a beauty - with clear skies and highs in the mid 70s in the forecast.

Showers and storms will continue throughout Sunday night and into the early hours of Monday morning.

Computer models show more showers moving north late Wednesday. The high will be 81. Scattered showers and storms remain possible but not everyone will see rain. Highs only reach into the low to mid 60s.

The sky remains partly to mostly cloudy this afternoon as a boundary stalls to our south today. Highs will be in the low-70s both days.

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We're tracking yet another disturbance that will bring us some rain for Wednesday. Lows ranging from 55 to 60 degrees.

Friday as winds begin to pick up out of the SSE at 10-15mph it will help to push moisture back over the region as more clouds develop through the afternoon.

It was a watch-and-wait Saturday, as most of the Mid-South was in a slight risk of severe weather.

Tuesday we are looking at another round of moderate to heavy showers during the first half of the day which could produce an additional 1-3 inches of rain leading to more minor flooding concerns.

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