Our warm up continues as we head into the holiday weekend, with highs on Saturday reaching the mid-70s.
Memorial Day will be humid, warm, and breezy with highs in the upper 80s. A few strong storms will be possible.
The threat of stormy weather will loom in parts of Pennsylvania as Memorial Day weekend rolls along. Highs in the mid to upper 60s. Mostly sunny skies will cover the state, except for a chance for afternoon showers and thunderstorms over the northern mountains. Storms dissipate as they move east off of the caprock overnight but leave lingering showers through Monday morning which keeps many South Plains counties under FLOOD WATCH through 1AM Monday. Monday looks sunny as well, with a predicted high of about 77 degrees.
GPB's Sophia Saliby reports on the hotter than normal weather predicted Memorial Day weekend. We could see some of our hottest temperatures so far this year. It might also be a good idea to water those outside plants as we will be on our 7th day without rainfall and no significant rain is expected Sunday.
The beginning of the work week will continue the upward trend of temperatures with Wednesday almost reaching 90 degrees.
Sunday's forecast remains the same, with a pop up shower or two through the afternoon hours.
A low pressure system dropping down the coast of British Columbia was expected to bring more substantial rain by Saturday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. Parts of central IN were under a Severe Thunderstorm Watch earlier IN the morning that has since expired.