As it looks now, any showers should depart the area very early that day and leave us with a partly sunny afternoon. A system will slide southeastward and will increase rain coverage Thursday.
With no rain in the forecast until late next week, there's not going to be much relief when it comes to staying cool. Showers and storms will ramp back up with just a slight temperature dip expected. Las Vegas is expected to have a high temperature Sunday and Monday of only 70 degrees, which is its average for March 15. Thanks for checking in for your First Alert Forecast where the narrative remains: a massive high pressure ridge will bring sizzling temperatures while suppressing needed rain chances through Memorial Day Weekend.
A unsafe heat wave is expected to bake the southeastern part of the country this Memorial Day weekend.
Sunday night - A shower or thunderstorm possible in the evening. Overnight temperatures should only drop to the low and middle 70s. Friday night could be a little breezy, with 15 to 25 miles per hour winds from the south, he said. An isolated storm is possible.
We'll start Sunday with mostly sunny skies which will gradually make way for a few more clouds through the afternoon, but enough sunshine to warm us up to 90 once again!
Tennessee is expecting to experience record high temperatures due to a unsafe heat wave.
SUNDAY: Variable cloudiness with a 20% chance for morning showers and thunderstorms. Flawless weather for the Rockies game tonight with temperatures in the 60s for most of the game!