Thursday will otherwise feature a partly to mostly sunny sky, low humidity and seasonable temperatures throughout the Northeast. Monday afternoon should be drier with a few lingering scattered showers and thunderstorms around and we may even see some sun towards dinner Monday.
Most of Memorial Day afternoon looks nice!
The week ahead looks unsettled with near daily chances for isolated showers and storms. A few ingredients are coming together for some of these storms to be on the strong to severe side with locally high winds and hail being the main concern. The Storm Prediction Center has an area of slight risk along the front from southern MS to the Carolinas, which includes a chunk of Central and South Alabama. Lows will be mild, in the low 60s.
Saturday night showers should track out before Sunday morning, although some may see a stray shower on Sunday.
The rest of the holiday weekend will not be totally dry, but much of today will be. Expect scattered showers and storms this afternoon evening associated with another disturbance.
Memorial Day will likely be wet at times. Tonight a storm system passing south of MI will bring the chance of a few rain showers.
Highs will be in the mid-80s with lows in the low/mid-60s through mid-week.
Then drier, brighter, and warmer weather will return for Sunday and Monday. The day will include some winds from the northwest at 10 to 20 miles per hour and temperatures in mid-to-late afternoon in the mid-70s, Martin said. Highs in the metro area should come close to 70 degrees on Sunday followed by mid 70s on Monday.