Memorial Day in New Orleans will bring an early burst of summer heat, with highs in the 90s throughout the holiday weekend.
Saturday was expected to get a break from the storms, but the showers will continue Saturday night into Sunday morning, Donofrio said.
On Memorial Day, Atlanta is expected to reach 98 degrees, which also would mark an all-time May record.More news: Massive asteroid with its own moon will pass Earth this weekend
Temperatures were expected to stay below normal with Saturday's high climbing to just around 60 degrees. With a three-day weekend ahead, I'm looking at what could possibly go wrong with the forecast.
After a brief early morning isolated storm moves through parts of central Kentucky early this morning, conditions will be mostly on the "dry" side for the time being. A cold front has been slowly making it's way through the area this afternoon, but has had little impact on our temperatures.
In addition to packing warm clothes - it's expected to fall near freezing around Flagstaff overnight and into the low 40s in the Payson area - campers should check with the National Forest Service for availability.More news: India loose their first warmup to New Zealand by six wickets
There may be a couple of overnight showers Saturday, and if the forecast is going to go wrong this weekend, it will be Sunday.
By Memorial Day, we will be dry and not as warm and humid.
Both Saturday and Monday should be mild and precipitation-free with a slight threat of showers beginning Saturday night and lasting through much of Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.More news: Disgraced Baylor coach Art Briles hired by Texas high school
In Flagstaff, highs are forecast in the low 60s until Monday, when it will drop to around 52. Afternoon highs peak in the middle to upper 80s.