73° / 55°Showers 40%
73° / 57°Mostly Cloudy 20%
75° / 58°Shower or T-Storm 40%
78° / 56°PM Shower or T-Storm 40%
76° / 53°Partly Cloudy 20%
75° / 53°A Passing Shower 30%
77° / 55°Some Sunshine 0%
76° / 54°Partly Cloudy 20%
76° / 55°Some Sunshine 0%
79° / 54°Scattered Thunderstorms 0%
REST OF TODAY: Clouds and some sun with a shower around through early afternoon. High: 73
TONIGHT: Becoming partly cloudy. Low: 55
SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy. High: 73
Our Memorial Day holiday weekend will be a far from perfect one weather-wise, but the news is not all gray and gloom either. While there are rain chances each of the next three days, no washouts are currently expected. We should be able to squeeze out some dry weather at least part or even most of each day, even though the sunshine will not be nearly as abundant as we would all like it to be for the kickoff to summer weekend.
After a bright start to our Saturday, some extra clouds and a passing shower are possible this afternoon. Thankfully, any rain will be short-lived and light, and most of the day will remain dry.
The daylight hours on Sunday, while on the partly to mostly cloudy side, should also be mostly dry, as the next round of rain is currently forecast to hold off until Sunday night. If it has to rain on a holiday weekend, I think we'd all agree it's best to have the rain fall at night, and Mother Nature appears willing to cooperate with the opportune timing of the wettest weekend weather.
However, some of that wet weather could linger into at least part of Monday morning, which could impact early Memorial Day ceremonies and observances. So after a cloudy and possibly damp start early on Memorial Day, drying and brightening trends should try to take hold as the day progresses.
|Record||91°F May 27, 1991||38°F May 27, 1972|