While portions of the Central and Southern states and northern New England deal with showers and thunderstorms this weekend, the weather around Boston will be free of rain.
A storm system caused rain to bulge northward for a time on Saturday over the mid-Atlantic states. However, the rain will retreat to the south and east on Sunday. Showers over northern New England will fail to venture into coastal Massachusetts.
This paves the way for some sunshine.
High pressure centered over Hudson Bay, Canada, will have enough influence to not only keep rain away but will also deliver low humidity.
Temperatures will average near to slightly below normal this weekend. Temperatures typically range from a low near 60 to a high in the upper 70s.
Warm and humid conditions will return during the middle of this week, along with the chance of showers and thunderstorms.
A strong, powerful tornado moved across north-central Kansas on Wednesday, leaving a trail of damage in its wake.
As millions prepare to take part in Memorial Day weekend events, showers, storms and a potential tropical system could threaten outdoor activities and travel plans during the extended weekend.
Summerlike warmth will make it feel like the 90s F at times in the eastern United States through Memorial Day weekend, despite localized rainfall.
An area of showers and thunderstorms near the Bahamas has the potential to develop into a tropical system and impact part of the East Coast of the United States during Memorial Day weekend.
The threat for severe weather, including tornadoes and flash flooding, will expand across the central United States through the end of the week.
As summer approaches, sun protection becomes a vital part of daily activity.
Udall, KS (1955)
This town 25 southeast of Wichita was destroyed by a tornado; 80 people dead.
New York, NY (1979)
A one-hour and 18 minute delay between the Pirates and Mets game due to fog.
Dallas, Ft. Worth Texas (1982)
Flooding rains in Dallas, Ft. Worth, area; over 2" in most places. Total rainfall of 13" at this point of the month, making it the wettest May since records began in 1898.