WEDNESDAY NIGHT► Cloudy with a round of rain developing after midnight. Lows in the upper 50s with easterly winds around 10-15mph. Some minor tidal flooding is likely during the evening high tide from 7-10 pm.
THURSDAY► Mostly cloudy with a round of rain ending earlier in the morning, then a drier for midday. A few more scattered showers or a thunderstorm will pop up later in the day. So not a washout, but unsettled. Highs in the low 70s on the mainland, 60s at the shore. Some minor tidal flooding is also possible Thursday evening. Southeast then southerly winds around 10-15mph.
FRIDAY► Some morning clouds, then becoming partly sunny as the day progresses. Breezy, drier, and a bit milder with highs in the mid 70s. West winds 10-20mph.
SATURDAY► A dry and pleasant start to the holiday weekend with partly sunny skies and seasonably mild highs in the mid 70s on the mainland, low 70s along the shore. Southerly winds around 10mph.
SUNDAY► Mostly cloudy with a round of showers or rain likely, but the timing of that rain is still unclear. Highs in the upper 60s to low 70s, cooler due to a southeast ocean breeze.
MEMORIAL DAY► Partly sunny and warmer and much of the day may end up dry. However, a few scattered thunderstorms are possible. Highs in the mid to upper 70s, low 70s at the shore, with southwest breezes ahead of a cold front.