“How far this disturbance travels to the coast will determine how much rain falls over the holiday weekend,” According to AccuWeather.com.

A clearer picture around the system’s strength and trajectory will come into focus later this week.

According to the National Weather Service, the weather will be sunny on Monday, May 22, with temperatures in the 70s and wildfire smoke from wildfires in Canada will filter the sunlight.

Tuesday, May 23 will be mostly sunny with temperatures approaching 70 degrees.

High temperatures will climb into the mid-70s on Wednesday, May 24, with clear skies and increased cloud cover in the late afternoon. Showers are possible in some places.

Thursday, May 25 will be a little cooler with temperatures in the upper mid-60s and mostly sunny.

On Friday, May 26, the day will be mostly sunny with temperatures in the mid-60s before clouds thicken at night, with an erratic pattern expected for Memorial Day weekend.

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