Another batch of showers crosses the region Saturday night and as I mentioned earlier, hopefully departs, leaving us with partly to mostly sunny skies for Sunday.
Sat: High: 80 Mostly cloudy; scattered nighttime storms.
Saturday will be quite sunny.More news: Jayme Closs speaks out for the first time as kidnapper is sentenced
Over the holiday weekend, most of the morning and afternoon will be dry, but storms will flare up into the late evening hours across western Kansas and then move east into the night.
Whether you're traveling back or just hanging around, the weather will cooperate on Memorial Day. The high temperature will again be in the low 70s. That dry air is keeping rain away as well, with the chance of afternoon showers under 10 percent for the next week.
Monday - Periods of clouds and sunshine.More news: Avenatti Charged With Stealing Stormy Daniels' Book Money
And while the roads have cleared up, the Arizona Department of Transportation said drivers still need to buckle up and be mindful of their speed, as there were seven fatal crashes on Arizona roadways last Memorial Day weekend. It's humid and very warm, with temperatures in the lower to middle 80s. We can expect highs in the low to mid 80s Friday, Mike says. Highs 72-76. Showers possible at night. Saturday should be the best day to hit the beach, with temperatures expected to climb to 79 degrees with an estimated low of 59, according to the weather service.
Sunday: Sunshine and clouds.
Temperatures ahead of the front will likely top 80 degrees with high humidity and strong southwest winds.More news: 20 teenage students killed in Surat building fire