Forecast Last Updated at Saturday, May 25, 2013 at 3:50PM
Cooler than Normal Weekend; Warmer Next Week
The Memorial Holiday weekend will be cooler than usual. Monday will be the warmest of the set. Skies today will be mostly sunny, but clouds increase tonight through Monday. I cannot completely rule out a stray shower Sunday. Isolated showers and thundershowers will be in the region Monday. Warmer weather comes for the rest of next week with isolated afternoon thundershowers still in play.
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Hi: 73 Lo: 44
Mostly sunny day; More clouds tonight; Cooler than normal; NW wind 5-15 mph becoming light tonight
Hi: 73 Lo: 51
Partly to mostly cloudy; Cannot completely rule out a stray shower; Light NW wind
Hi: 78 Lo: 56
Partly to mostly cloudy for Memorial Day; An isolated PM shower or t-storm
Hi: 81 Lo: 57
Partly sunny; Isolated afternoon t-shower; Warmer; South wind 5-10 mph
Hi: 83 Lo: 58
Scattered clouds; Stray afternoon t-shower; Warm
Thursday - More sunshine than clouds; Renegade afternoon t-shower; High in the mid 80s; Low in the upper 50s
Friday - Scattered clouds; Cannot completely rule out a stray afternoon t-shower; High in the mid 80s; Low in the upper 50s
In the big picture this weekend, low pressure is moving slowly northeast through New England into the Canadian Maritimes. Cool high pressure controls our weather; however a warm front will form tonight stretching from north Georgia to the Northern Plains. That warm front will slowly move north early next week and be to our north Tuesday. A Bermuda High setup takes hold for the rest of next week.
Expect a seasonably cool weekend with some clouds developing later today and tonight. Sunday will be partly to mostly cloudy. Monday will be mostly cloudy. Sunday will be a couple degrees warmer than Saturday. A brief shower cannot be completely ruled out Sunday, and isolated showers/thundershowers will be around Memorial Day with temperatures a step warmer.
Memorial Day is the traditional beginning of the summer season and the weather will respond appropriately. Tuesday through Friday will be more like summer--gradually warmer with isolated afternoon showers or thundershowers in the region each day (least likely Friday).
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