Memphis in May Forecast: Scattered showers and storms expected in the Mid-South | FOX13                                                                                                                                                                                                                       We’re waking up to scattered thundershowers moving through the Mid-South. Low threat of these reaching severe limits, but pockets of heavy rain, thunder, and lightning will be likely through the early morning. Plan ahead to allow a little extra time for the morning commute with wet roads.

                   

  • Temperatures are in the mid 70s with south winds at 10-15 mph.

    Partly to mostly cloudy this afternoon with pop-up showers and storms, 30%. Low threat of severe weather.

    South winds at 5-10 mph.

    Above average temps continue -- High: 88°   Average: 82°    

    TONIGHT:

    Mostly cloudy with stray showers, 20%.

    South winds at  5-10 mph.

    Low: 73°

    EXTENDED FORECAST:

    Stray showers will be possible on Saturday morning with a little dry time in the early afternoon.

    The best chance of rain comes in Saturday evening, mainly after 5pm, into the overnight Sunday. A 70% chance of showers and storms. There could be a few strong to severe storms with this system – stay weather aware Saturday evening.

    Behind the cold front, temperatures drop. Highs on Saturday will be near 85°, dropping to 78° Sunday.

    Rain exits and sunshine returns for Monday but temperatures stay a touch cooler with highs near 80°.

    Pop-up showers and storms return for Tuesday and Wednesday, 30% chance, with highs in the 70s.