MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) -On Wednesday night there will be a chance of a few strong to severe thunderstorms in the Mid-South. An upper level disturbance will interact with a warm, unstable air mass.
The entire Mid-South is now under a slight risk. This is the area represented by the yellow color and, are is category 2 out of 5. The tornado threat is low but this is the time of year where severe weather is at it’s peak.
Rain chances will be on the lower end during the day Wednesday and some areas won’t see rain at all however, there could be a few showers and storms developing in the afternoon and evening on Wednesday.
The main threat for severe weather will be with storms that develop late Wednesday and early Thursday morning.
THREATS: The primary threat will be damaging wind gusts. The tornado threat is low.
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