What to Know
- Saturday started and stayed wet throughout the day, making it the wettest on of the month so far
- As the showers leave, cloudy conditions will still linger — especially along the coast
- The rest of the holiday weekend will stay dry and pleasant, if not a bit cooler than usual with temperatures only reaching the upper 60s
Memorial Day weekend started off with rain, enough to make Saturday the wettest day of the month so far, according to Storm Team 4.
After a mostly cloudy Friday that featured bouts of rain, Saturday stayed wet throughout much of the day. Cloudy conditions are forecasted to linger, especially along the coast once the rain concludes in the evening hours.
The rest of the holiday weekend will stay dry and pleasant, if not a bit cooler than usual. Highs will make it into the mid to upper 60s with mostly sunny skies for Sunday and Monday, giving people a chance to get outside for some socially distanced fun or even small get togethers.
The warm-up begins Tuesday with temperatures well into the 70s, and by the end of next week there will be more of a summery feel as temperatures reach into the low 80s.