An area of low pressure will slide in this evening, and it'll be the trigger needed to get showers and storms forming later on.
Memorial Day will bring another round of afternoon and evening storms, but they won't be everywhere! The storms will drop southward producing possible damaging wind gusts, hail, and intense lightning. Wind and hail will be the main concerns for everyone with isolated tornadoes possible north of I-40.
Rain showers are much more likely Sunday both in the morning and then again in the afternoon with a few breaks in the action. Highs tomorrow will be in the 80s. The weather looks generally quiet this morning thru around 4PM or 5PM.More news: EPL wins for Arsenal and Manchester City
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Future Trak indicates showers and storms filtering in the area by 8PM...sliding E/SE towards the coast.
There is greater risk for severe weather to our southwest. We'll have isolated storms developing Sunday after the race.
Instead of a SW wind, like today, the winds will switch to the ENE. Highs in the low and mid 80s. Plan on similar weather for Tuesday and Wednesday, with numerous showers and storms popping up by the afternoon. Stay tuned. Have a safe, fun and reflective Memorial Day Weekend! It will be hot with highs in the upper 80s and feel like temps in the low to mid 90s. Remember, our average high temperature for this time of the year is warming (seemingly by the day) and it's now up to 79°.