Dreary Memorial Day, But Not A Washout

Good evening, everyone! Tonight expect clouds to gradually increase from the west, though eastern areas could remain mostly clear for much of the night. It should remain dry, aside from an isolated shower north. Low temperatures will range from 44 to 52 degrees.

Memorial Day expect clouds to continue their move west, though eastern zones could hold onto the sun through the morning hours. The morning hours should remain mostly dry, though western zones could see a very isolated shower pop up. Temperatures will rise into the upper 50s-lower 60s for much of the area in the morning, before falling back as clouds and showers move in. Showers are likely across western zones during the afternoon, even a period of light rain can’t be ruled out. However, eastern areas stand a better shot at seeing just showers or at the very least holding onto dry conditions till later on in the afternoon. High temperatures will range from 53 to 62, but will fall back into the 50s area-wide in the afternoon.

Monday night expect light rain and showers to continue pushing east through the area, with low temperatures ranging from 44 to 50 degrees. Much of the precipitation should be east of the region by dawn on Tuesday.

Tuesday should start out with some sun before clouds increase from the west during the morning. A shower is possible for northwestern zones. High temperatures will range from 58 to 67 degrees.

Have a great Monday and enjoy your Memorial Day!