The week will end on a cool and damp note in New York City before temperatures rebound by Memorial Day.
Temperatures will fall just shy of the 70-degree mark on Thursday and struggle to reach 65 F on Friday as clouds and showers dominate. A high in the lower 70s is more common this time of year.
A few thunderstorms could develop on Thursday. Any storm could be locally severe with damaging wind gusts and hail. The storms may also produce flooding downpours, which can lead to travel delays.
Temperatures will slightly rebound on Saturday, but the damp weather will persist with another shower or thunderstorm possible.
While another shower may follow for Sunday, this day looks to be less active than Saturday.
Memorial Day will be the warmest and driest of the holiday weekend underneath some sunshine. Temperatures will come close to the 80-degree mark.
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