A few showers and some flying trash cans Tuesday
As both the surface low and upper low move eastward today, there could be a few showers for northern areas and some isolated showers for western and eastern areas. Southern areas appear mainly dry.
As the departing low intensifies in departure, the breeze will increase. The stronger gusts appear for western and and southern areas where 40+ mph is possible. High temperatures for the day will be a bit on the cool side, with 40s for northern areas, around 50 for the western mountains, 50s for eastern areas and 60s south.
Off and on shower activity heading into the weekend
We're back into the clipper pattern as we head into the Memorial Day Weekend. After a dry Wednesday and a dry start to Thursday, showers return Thursday afternoon into the overnight hours of Friday. Friday looks fair with a southerly breeze forming which will keep the beaches cool. Clouds increase on Saturday with showers as we head into the afternoon. Sunday may start off with a shower in northern areas, but the rest of the region appears dry with a rise in temperatures.
Regional outlook through Sunday
Memorial Day itself may bring a slight chance of a shower as another weak frontal boundary works through the region. Congratulations... winter is officially over. Time to check the air conditioners and get ready for warmer times ahead!
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