High pressure settles in by Sunday, which will add more sunshine to the equation, as clouds decrease, and the numbers staying in the 60s. For now, Monday and Tuesday feature the best chance for heavy downpours with afternoon storms.
Good Friday, folks. Our Easter weekend is kicking off with thermometers more typical of early June than the middle of April.
"By the end of the weekend though, we could get 1-2" of rain!
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The pattern for now is warm and dry with Memphis just missing tying a record high temperature by one degree Thursday afternoon.
Friday and Saturday should remain rain free across the metroplex with a few showers and storms possible on Easter Sunday.
Saturday night: Showers and thunderstorms likely after 1 a.m. Mostly sunny, with a high near 81. The chance for afternoon showers and storms continues into the weekend before we see dry weather move in towards the start of next week. Partly cloudy, with a low around 50. Skies will be partly sunny, and I'll call it a breezy day. "The little bit of light shower and drizzle activity caused by a very weak cold front on Friday would have cleared the state by Saturday".
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The National Weather Service reports Friday will be sunny, with highs near 60 across MA.
There will be no risk of balmy temperatures melting your foil wrapped chocolate eggs, with highs again of 10C to 11C.
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