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AWUS84 KMEG 222120
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ARZ008-009-017-018-026>028-035-036-048-049-058-MOZ113-115-
MSZ001>017-020>024-TNZ001>004-019>022-048>055-088>092-231130-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR THE MIDSOUTH
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEMPHIS TN
420 PM CDT TUE JUL 22 2014

JULY LIKE TEMPERATURES HAVE FINALLY MADE A RETURN TO THE MIDSOUTH
THIS EVENING WITH MOST STATIONS REPORTING TEMPERATURES IN THE
LOWER 90S. A RETROGRADING LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM OVER THE NORTHERN
GULF OF MEXICO HAS CAUSED SOME ISOLATED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
IN NORTHEASTERN MISSISSIPPI.

THE LOW WILL CONTINUE TO RETROGRADE OVERNIGHT BUT SHOWERS AND
STORMS WILL DISSIPATE AS WE LOSE DAYTIME HEATING. LOWS TONIGHT
WILL BE NEAR 70 DEGREES. RAIN AND STORM CHANCES WILL INCREASE FOR
THE ENTIRE MIDSOUTH TOMORROW AS A COLD FRONT ASSOCIATED WITH AN
UPPER LEVEL SHORTWAVE OVER EASTERN CANADA SWEEPS THROUGH THE
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY REGION. RAIN AND STORM CHANCES WILL LINGER
UNTIL EARLY THURSDAY. EXPECT HIGHS NEAR 90 TOMORROW AND IN THE MID
80S THURSDAY AFTER THE FRONT PASSES. HIGHS WILL REBOUND TO NEAR
NORMAL AVERAGES BY FRIDAY AND INTO THE WEEKEND. THERE WILL BE CHANCES FOR
STORMS AGAIN ON SUNDAY AS A DISTURBANCE EMBEDDED WITHIN NORTHWEST
FLOW APPROACHES THE MID SOUTH.

A DEEP TROUGH WILL BUILD OVER THE EASTERN UNITED STATES NEXT WEEK
WHILE A HIGH PRESSURE RIDGE BUILDS OVER THE WEST LEAVING THE
MIDSOUTH IN A FAVORABLE POSITION FOR GREAT WEATHER. EXPECT HIGHS IN
THE MID 80S WITH LOW HUMIDITY FOR THE EARLY PARTS OF NEXT WEEK.

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