A warm Memorial Day
Warmer air is working its way into the region for our Memorial Day as we look to reverse the cool spell of weather we've been experiencing thus far this weekend. Expect abundant sunshine for our Monday with a bit of a southwest breeze that will work together to warm temperatures into the mid-70s for the first time in nearly a week. A weak storm system and front to our northwest will be the focus for a few mid to late afternoon showers and isolated thunderstorms in our local area, but nothing widespread is expected and only a few of those storms are expected to become strong to severe with gusty winds and some small hail possible.
A glorious first of June
Bright, warm, tranquil weather will be the rule across the region to start the morning of June Tuesday with high temperatures in the seasonably warm range, mainly in the mid-70s. We'll have a few scattered clouds from time to time in the afternoon with a light southwest breeze.
Midweek shower chances
Seasonable warmth will continue through Wednesday, even as a weak disturbance from the west triggers a few isolated afternoon showers and thunderstorms in the area. High temperatures will be in the mid-70s with a light south breeze.
A bit warmer late this week
Warmer air will build in for the latter portion of the workweek while our sky will remain bright and sunny. Expect high temperatures reaching the lower 80s for both Thursday and Friday with overnight lows in the 50s to lower 60s.
Warmer, more humid this weekend
Much warmer air will work its way in for the upcoming weekend while humidity levels will begin to increase slightly, making for a very mid-summer-like first weekend of June. Expect high temperatures in the mid-80s for both Saturday and Sunday with a slight chance for a few isolated thunderstorms late Sunday afternoon.