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SUNDAY: We’ll have to watch for the threat for more storms to form during the evening on Sunday. A few of the strongest storms could be capable of damaging winds as the main threat. Leftover morning storms are pushing out as showers giving way to mostly cloudy skies for the afternoon. As expected, we’re getting some dry time in this afternoon, but we’ll be watching for more showers and storms to form in the late afternoon/evening lasting overnight into Memorial Day. Not everyone will get a storm tonight. Watch for highs to reach the mid to upper 80s.
MEMORIAL DAY: We’ll have to watch and see what showers and storms do tonight, but as of this afternoon it appears that scattered showers and storms will form Sunday evening/night and move through our area on Memorial Day. As of now, it appears the best chance for thunderstorms will be along and south of US-82, but the Tupelo area could still hear some rumbles. Hopefully we can keep things dry for Memorial Day ceremonies, but just in case be ready to bring outdoor plans indoors, or at least have your umbrellas and rain jackets ready. Remember, when thunder roars, go indoors.
NEXT WEEK: We will keep low end rain chances on the board through the weekend with at least a 20-30% chance of rain each day. Highs will remain in the mid 80s with lows in the upper 60s.