Saturday night will see mostly clear skies as temps in Memphis fall into the upper 60s by 10:00pm. The result for us will be rain starting Monday night, and lasting into Tuesday night.
Increasing clouds during the day on Monday.
Sunday is expected to be sunny and dry as high pressure moves into West Michigan and will stay in demand for several days.
Expect overnight lows Friday night to drop into the 40s once again, followed by an afternoon in the 70s on Saturday. The remnant circulation from Irma continues to look like it will stay well southwest of our area moving into the Tennessee Valley by Wednesday.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, comfortable and warm. A clockwise flow of air around the high will keep a northerly wind flow in place. We will also probably get a little cooler Thursday as the winds shift to an onshore flow out of the east. We may see one or two lingering showers early Wednesday before the system exits to our northeast. On the forecast track, the eye of Irma should move over the Lower Florida Keys shortly, and then move near or over the west coast of the Florida Peninsula later today through tonight. "However, Irma is SO LARGE, that life-threatening storm surge (10-15′ possible), damaging hurricane-force winds (up to about 130 mph), blinding rain, unsafe flooding (up to 25" - nothing like Harvey, but still very serious), and even tornadoes will all be possible throughout the ENTIRE state of Florida today through tomorrow, making this a very scary weekend for all Floridians. This landfall is absolutely disgusting news much of the state, which will bear the brunt of Irma's winds and storm surge, as the northeast quadrant moves over that area. The latest forecasts have the storm making landfall in southern Florida late Saturday with winds of 130-155 miles per hour.
As Irma continues to weaken, it looks like it is going to stall out over western Tennessee.
Farther out in the Atlantic, Hurricane Jose remains a powerful Category 4 hurricane with 145 mile-per-hour winds.