We're getting used to the hot and breezy weather around here, and if you haven't you'll still have plenty of time. This pattern isn't going away anytime soon. 

Skies stay sunny on Memorial Day and temperatures have the potential to get hotter by a a degree or two warmer compared to today. Memorial Ceremonies or parades in the morning should have no weather issues, and it will feel comfortable when they first get underway. By the times those ceremonies wrap up though, we will really begin to feel the heat. By the peak heating of the afternoon temperatures will warm to the 93-96 range, again with just enough mugginess to make it feel close to 100 at times. 

This warmer than normal pattern slowly breaks down by the end of the week, bringing our temperatures back to normal levels in the low 90s, but that also means a return to oppressive summertime humidity, which will help fuel our daily rain and storm chances into next weekend.

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