Holiday Weekend Forecast

Well, here it is, the all important Memorial Holiday Weekend Forecast, as it stands right now on 5/25 @ 8 AM. Unfortunately, today looks to possibly be the best day through the weekend. The weather looks to get warmer and become unsettled right through Sunday, especially on Friday into Saturday. We start-out with Wednesday as a beautiful mild, sunny day and light winds. The nice conditions should last through most of the night. Overnight, a Low Pressure Center is forecast to move to the Eastern Great Lakes, bringing a Warm Front toward the Northeast. A pre frontal trough will be over the area on Thursday morning, with the Warm Front moving north, stalling along the Canadian Border. There will be a chance of rain and convection as the Front moves through, leaving the area with increasing warmth and humidity. Waves of Low Pressure will move along the front, keeping the area unsettled. Friday looks to be the most active day as the Front sags south and stalls over the Forecast Area, providing a focus for convection. Saturday and Sunday will feature a warm and humid air mass. A series of disturbances will move through on Saturday and Sunday ahead of a Cold Front, bringing a chance of rain and thunder. Most convection will be tied to peak heating of the day, mid to late afternoons. The Front will lift north as a Warm Front Sunday night, leaving us with Hot and Dry conditions on Monday and Tuesday. OK, to summarize; a beautiful Wednesday, not so Thursday and Friday, chances of rain and storms on Saturday and Sunday – especially in the afternoon, hot and dry on Monday and Tuesday. Happy Holidays everybody, enjoy the weekend!

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