This will also give us a good rain chance, but clears out for your Friday.
Rain chances start tonight and stick with us for most of the week.
More rain fell in the Chicago area Saturday morning in the wake of a wet and very chilly Friday.
Today look for scattered showers and few thunderstorms throughout the day with highs near 79 degrees and winds out of the north around 5 miles per hour.
The rain moved out by early afternoon, and temperatures in most areas climbed well into the 60s despite a persistent overcast.
THE WEEK AHEAD looks set to be hot and humid, but cloudy at times with scattered showers. The front then stalls over the area and areas of low pressure ride the front like a train on a railroad track.
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Along the North Carolina coast for Memorial Day weekend, expect mostly sunny skies with temperatures near 80 for Saturday and Sunday and ocean water temperatures in the low to mid 70s. Showers and possible storms especially in the afternoon. After 3pm, the rest of the day should be mainly dry.
However, the showers are expected to ease on Wednesday and Thursday, with temperatures hitting the mid-twenties on Thursday.
The unsettled weather will shift east and high pressure will build into New England from southern Canada. Saturday is looking dry as well with highs in the lower 80s.
Sunday night: Mostly cloudy.
Shower chances go up-and-down this week. Look for lows in the low 60s. Temperatures will remain in the 60s with a southerly breeze at 10-15 miles per hour.
On Wednesday, severe storms are will be possible yet again. Highs in lower 80s. The rain risk will be 60 percent. Northeast winds at 9 miles per hour.