This weekend will be generally normal, with slightly below average temperatures. First lets start with today, today will feature some clouds and even rain showers in the morning around the region especially in New England, eventually fading into mostly sunny skies region wide, except in New England where the showers will continue, with temperatures falling to near 40 degrees by tomorrow evening around New England. The temperatures across the area should be below normal for the first day of the Memorial Day Weekend, with temperatures anywhere from five degrees below normal in Pennsylvania to 25 degrees below normal in New England. But don't let this forecast keep you away from the grill because these temperatures will warm up by Sunday and Monday.
On Sunday, the weather should clear out for the most part, but some morning showers in New England are possible. Otherwise the region will be mainly dry with sunny skies from New York, into Pennsylvania. The temperatures will rebound slightly with conditions warming close to 70 in Pennsylvania to the low to middle 60's in New England, which is a big improvement from highs in the lower 50's on Saturday. Overall the temperatures on Sunday should be around 5 - 10 degrees below average region wide, but the sunny skies that will shine in New York and Pennsylvania will make it feel warmer than it actually will be. So now we can start cooking the hot dogs and hamburgers. But you probably won't want to get in the pools just yet!
For Memorial Day, temperatures will most likely go back to what we would expect for this time of year. The Weather should be precipitation free for almost all of the region with some scattered rain drops in down east Maine. But for most likely everywhere else, sunny skies should prevail. Now you can have a great time outside, with cold days just before, there may be slightly less bugs out there also, so your in good shape for the Memorial Day Holiday. Thanks for reading and keep here at Northeast Weather Action for all weather related forecasts and predictions, as well as updates and great maps! Have a great three day weekend!