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Weather could rain on your parade, barbecue and day at the beach in parts of the U.S. this Memorial Day weekend. While the weekend should be mostly dry and warm in the West, it'll be occasionally soggy and even quite stormy for portions of the central ...
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The front is moving very slowly and likely won't pass over the Denver metro area until after 4 p.m. Therefore temperatures will remain above normal for late May with highs in the upper 70s before noticeably cooler weather settles in for Thursday night ...
We're all familiar with these late-spring systems. Like a giant washing machine stuck on the “spin-dry” cycle, we keep seeing waves of showers interspersed with cloudy, cool, and damp skies.
An onshore flow offering up cool temps and plenty of clouds continues well into Thursday morning. Forecasters with the National Weather Service report the flow is not nearly as strong as on Wednesday, but satellite imagery shows scattered clouds around ...
(WXYZ) - We will continue to see periods of rain and clouds this evening with below average temperatures . We will warm up back into the 70s Friday and Memorial Day weekend.
U.S. weather forecasters on Thursday predicted more tropical storms in 2017 than normal for the Atlantic hurricane season, which last year brought one of the deadliest recorded storm systems that killed several hundred people.
There's no denying, it's been a gloomy May -- with lots of cool, rainy days and only a handful of steamy, sunny ones. Will this trend continue into Memorial Day weekend?
Disruptive weather is expected to focus on the central United States on Saturday and Sunday while the rest of the country enjoys relatively calm conditions.