Published: Sun, May 26, 2019
Sci-tech | By Patricia Wade

Adam Burniston's Forecast | Hot and humid weather stays for Memorial Day weekend

Adam Burniston's Forecast | Hot and humid weather stays for Memorial Day weekend

There will be times when you'll know that summer is basically here.

There's no sign of heat letting up as Tampa Bay heads into Memorial Day weekend.

On Friday a couple of showers could also fall the first part of the morning, but the trend will be for drier weather during the afternoon.

Sunday will be much warmer and humid with the mercury rising to the mid 80s.

The beginning of the work week will continue the upward trend of temperatures with Wednesday almost reaching 90 degrees.

Friday also features temperatures reaching near 70 degrees; however, in the afternoon, a cooling backdoor front likely drops temperatures to the 50s along the coastline and into the lower 60s inland.

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As one of the coolest months of May in recent history comes to a close, Phoenix-area temperatures are expected to creep up but remain pleasant over Memorial Day weekend.

Temperatures are expected to vary significantly throughout the week, with highs near 64 degrees Tuesday, 71 Wednesday, 80 Thursday, and 74 Friday, according to the weather service.

Saturday: Partial sunshine. May shower. Partly cloudy skies and southerly winds will help us to warm up even more, with highs climbing into the middle and upper 80s. If the forecast is going to change dramatically, I think it would be for Sunday.

A chance for showers and spotty storms will exist across the western Pennsylvania region from 12 p.m.to about 10 p.m. Some sunshine breaking through the clouds helps warm us fast through the morning and into the early afternoon.

But this year's Memorial Day isn't expected to break a record.

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