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Record Hot Holiday Weekend to Continue

26 May 2018, 8:15 pm

Memorial Day weekend is synonymous with the “unofficial start of summer.” That was undoubtedly the case on Saturday. Take a look at how hot parts of the High Plains were!

Observed (record-breaking) high temperatures on Saturday, May 26

It wasn’t only the High Plains, but also the Upper Midwest!

Observed (record-breaking) high temperatures on Saturday, May 26

However, it didn’t stop there but also across the South!

Observed (record-breaking) high temperatures Saturday, May 26

The heat has remained centered across the heart of the country, while a few cool areas have been observed across parts of the West and East.

Forecast high temperatures for Sunday, May 27

Many record highs are at risk of being tied or broken once again Sunday.

Red dots indicating the record heat Sunday, May 27

The weather will be especially hot in Texas where the forecast has prompted a heat advisory.

A heat advisory is in effect for parts of southwest Texas Sunday, May 27 for temperatures approaching 115° in spots!

Memorial Day Monday won’t feature as many record highs. However it will still be quite hot.

Forecast Monday, May 28

For WeatherNation, Meteorologist Steve Glazier