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Forecast Last Updated at Thursday, May 13, 2021 at 5:55PM
Cloudy & Cool
Clouds continue to increase through the evening and overnight period with the possibility for a stray shower. Increased moisture with cool temperatures aloft raises the chance of isolated light showers Friday under lots of clouds. Temperatures remain unseasonably cool. Looking toward the weekend... Saturday is dry, but a few afternoon showers develop Sunday. We have only a modest temperature rebound this weekend.
Hi: 63 Lo: 42
Increasing afternoon & overnight clouds; Still cool; Light NE wind
Hi: 63 Lo: 41
Lots of clouds; Still cool; A stray shower possible until evening; Light, variable wind
Hi: 67 Lo: 49
Partly cloudy; Less chilly by afternoon'; Light wind
Hi: 63 Lo: 52
Partly to mostly cloudy; Isolated PM showers
Hi: 69 Lo: 55
Becoming generally cloudy; Increasing shower coverage in the afternoon and overnight
Tuesday - Generally cloudy; Periods of light rain, mostly during the daytime; High in the lower 70s; Low in the lower 50s
Wednesday - Mostly cloudy; A few PM showers around; High in the mid 70s; Low in the mid 50s
The Eastern U.S. is in the grips of unseasonably chilly air with high pressure centered in the Great Lakes.
The low that produced Wednesday's rain (with a few snowflakes mixed in) is in the Atlantic now. An associated front stretches from Florida to Northern Mexico. But a couple weak disturbances move through the region from west to east in the next two days. Expect more clouds tonight with a stray light shower possible. We have a better chance of a light shower Friday afternoon. Unseasonably cool weather continues.
Saturday, has more sun and a small temperature rebound in the afternoon. It's the pick of this forecast set.
Next week, a front sets up east to west, dissect the U.S. from Virginia to the Plains. It will move very slowly northward, but puts us in a more unsettled airmass with another small upward temperature nudge. Showers are possible Sunday afternoon but more likely Monday (especially afternoon and overnight). Tuesday has periods of rain under generally cloudy skies. Wednesday is drier, but potential for scattered PM showers continue.
I think we'll get back to seasonally average temperatures by next weekend.
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