A few passing clouds are expected for tonight as temperatures drop off into the 50s. There is the ever so slight chance of a few sprinkles early tomorrow morning. Otherwise, your Memorial Day will be greeted by mostly sunny skies. Westerly winds early during the day will shift to be out of the north at about 5 to 10 mph. That light northerly wind may do enough to keep us just a degree or two cooler tomorrow as we’re expecting highs in the upper 70s and lower 80s.
Quiet conditions will stick around to close out Memorial Day, with scattered storm chances returning on Tuesday. A better chance of showers and storms moves in for the second half of the week. Even with those periodic chances of rain, temperatures stay pretty constant. The average high for this time of year here in in the capital city is 80°, and we’ll be right around that mark for the next several days.