Memorial Day Late Day Forecast Update
May 26, 2008

We had a little wave move through during the early afternoon as most of the models had forecast.  It really weakened over most of the area as our atmosphere was really not conducive to maintaining the storms. The storms were much more robust though south of the viewing area into Tennessee.  They still have us in the slight risk but the chances will be minimal in my view. There is another shortwave expected to move across Monday night but it remains to be seen if we will be able to support anything that develops to our west. I suspect that anything that develops to our west overnight will be minimal and it’s not a real good shot that anything of significance would hold together.  On Tuesday, the boundary slips down and we get a little wave in the afternoon that may produce some thunderstorms but scattered showers are the most likely result of Tuesday’s action.  Wednesday the clouds hang tough for much of the day before improving late followed by a nice latter half of the week.

Memorial Day wasn’t spectacular, but it wasn’t a total bust either.  Hope you enjoyed it. Naturally, we will monitor the situation overnight. 

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