Showers Returning for Remainder of Weekend

So far during this Memorial Day weekend, conditions have remained fairly comfortable with cloud cover mostly taking over our skies and things are remaining dry. That will change tonight and into Sunday as some showers and a few thunderstorms develop and move through. We’ll see some breaks during the day on Sunday, but we’ll see another round of showers and some storms Sunday night and into Memorial Day. The severe threat is low.
Memorial Day will begin with some showers and stay cloudy throughout the day. It doesn’t look like rain the entire day which will be nice for those outdoor activities planned. Temperatures will be back in the 70s despite a brief drop for Sunday.
The rest of the week will feature some chances of rain everyday with the best chances being by Thursday and into Friday as May ends on more of an active note.

Tonight: Scattered Showers/Isolated Storms.
Lows: Mid 50s.
Winds: Southwest at 6 to 12 mph.

Sunday: Scattered Showers/Isolated Storms.
Highs: Upper 60s to near 70.
Winds: Southeast at 10 to 15 mph.

Sunday Night: Scattered Showers/Isolated Storms.
Lows: Mid 50s.
Winds: Southeast at 10 to 15 mph.