The holiday weekend looks like it will start off unsettled as the slow-moving mid-level low will push overhead on Saturday leading to lingering instability and the possibility of showers and even scattered thunderstorms. The best chance for the rainfall on Saturday is likely to be during the PM hours (i.e., during the warmest time of the day).
This upper-level system will weaken by Sunday and continue to edge to the east and overall conditions will improve for the second half of the weekend with lower probabilities for showers. High pressure builds in by early next week and the holiday itself on Monday is likely to feature plenty of sunshine and quite warm conditions. After flirting with the 80 degree mark on Sunday, temperatures could climb into the low-to-middle 80’s on Memorial Day all along the DC-to-Philly-to-NYC corridor.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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