Our weather pattern is breaking but not before a couple more rounds of storms that could be strong to severe with large hail, high wind and even a couple tornadoes possible. High temperatures Monday climb into the low to mid 70s inland, mid to upper 60s at the coast.
Heavy thunderstorms fired up Sunday night and are pushing through early on this Memorial Day morning. More storms could fire on Wednesday around the front, so don't expect overly nice days for the first three days of the week.
Severe weather is not expected with these storms.
High-temperature records were broken or tied across the eastern portion of the country on Sunday and Saturday.
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Storms firing up in the area may impact your plans for the rest of the day.
Pop-up showers and storms are possible this afternoon and evening. This area of high pressure kept the rain, storms and severe weather away from the ArkLaTex and a bubble of hot and humid air over the area. With less humidity, highs will still make it up near 80°. These storms will slide east and out of KAKEland during the overnight hours on Tuesday.
More scattered showers and storms for Wednesday and Thursday with highs in the low to mid 80s and upper 70s, respectively.