|A large ridge of high pressure aloft builds directly over the Mid-South on Tuesday|
Heading into late in the week, the computer models are having a difficult time determining how quickly the ridge of high pressure breaks down, which will affect the timing of our next cold front. Currently, the best guess is that sometime between Thursday night and Friday night, that front will move through, accompanied by thunderstorm chances ahead of and along it. With several days of moisture and strong heating ahead of it, depending on the timing of the front, some storms may be severe. The MWN Storm Center will have the details on possible severe weather.
Memphis in May Barbecue Festival at Tiger Lane. At least participants won't have to contend with the mighty Mississippi lapping at their grills! As the slogan adopted by MIM goes, "Memphis is Cookin' Come Hell or High Water!" As the week goes on, the forecast will be come clearer. Check with the MWN Forecast frequently for the details.
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