|Current metro temperatures from MemphisWeather.net.|
|Upper level (500mb, or 18,000') loop showing an approaching trough and disturbance (red to purple colors) moving across the south-central U.S. through noon tomorrow. Graphic courtesy PivotalWeather.com. Rapid Refresh model.|
|By 6am Tuesday, high pressure covers most of the central and eastern U.S. leading to tranquil weather and above average temperatures for the Mid-South. With the high to our east, wind becomes southerly on Tuesday. Graphic courtesy NOAA.|
|Towards the end of the week, strong southerly wind pushes temperatures up but also means periodic rain chances. The GFS model depicts this pattern well for Friday night. Graphic courtesy Pivotal Weather.|
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