A warmer second half to the long weekend

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WARM UP BEGINS:  After a mild start to the weekend with clouds and a few showers, high pressure gains control and clears us and warms us.  Temperatures fall through the 60s and into the 50s this evening as any clouds fade and showers fizzle after dark.  Sunday, the sun is out and temperatures rush into the upper 70s.  We’re dry and warm.


MEMORIAL DAY:  Monday starts on a cool, but sunny note.  Morning hours begin in the low 50s.  By afternoon, we’re rising into the low to middle 80s.  It’s sunny and dry for all Memorial Day services and outdoor plans.  Enjoy the weather and don’t forget the sun block.


SHORT WEEK:  By Tuesday, a storm system arrives and brings cloud, showers and storms.  We do low 80s again.  We cool for Wednesday into the 70s, with leftover showers or storms still possible.   We hold in the 70s to close out the week with partly to mostly cloudy skies and showers nearby, but for now it looks dry.


Have a wonderful rest of your weekend.

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