Showers and an occasional rumble of thunder may continue to create weather-related delays to outdoor activities later this week.
Rainfall so far this month is already outpacing the May average and the additional rain could send the monthly total close to or past the monthly average a week before it ends.
Humidity levels will spike on Wednesday as showers and thunderstorms become plentiful.
Temperatures on Thursday will climb into the upper 70s. Cooler air will arrive on Friday with highs around 70 degrees.
Temperatures will begin to trend higher as the Memorial Day weekend gets underway, but there can be a lingering shower or thunderstorm on Saturday.
Sunshine and dry conditions will return for Sunday and Memorial Day with temperatures each afternoon rising to near 80 degrees.
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Thunderstorms have the potential to impact Independence Day fireworks and outings in parts of the central and eastern United States, while dry weather will raise fire safety concerns in the West.
Batches of rain and thunderstorms will swing through Wales and England on Wednesday, continuing the threat for flash flooding and localised travel delays.
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