The weather remains pleasant Wednesday and Thursday with sunny skies and comfortable temperatures in the upper 70s. Expect wall-to-wall sunshine across the area today.
Spotty showers will linger Friday, especially early in the day.
Most of us will receive around an inch of rainfall, but some places could see up to 2 inches of water.
Sunday: Showers and some thunderstorms will start the day. Again, this isn't enough to create anything more than temporary street flooding.
The National Weather Service in Pueblo predicted highs of 79 degrees Thursday, 72 degrees Friday and 63 degrees Saturday.
MEMORIAL DAY: Scattered showers and storms continue through Memorial Day, with highs around 80.
Tuesday will be mostly to partly sunny with just a slight risk of a shower or storm, mainly in areas south of the Triangle. Although it may not be 100% dry, any showers we receive should not dampen any outdoor plans. In other words, if you head to the beach, bring at least a sweater.
Much cooler tonight with lows dipping to the low to mid 50s. Then, from 10 A.M. on, we are dry.
Sunday. This isn't looking like the washout it did a few days ago. The temperature, however, will be in the low 80s, so it will feel pretty nice through most of the day.
Showers and thunderstorms are likely Thursday afternoon into early Thursday evening, according to the weather service. Some could be heavy at times. Showers behind this low will also affect portions of the Upper Midwest and northern Plains.
Mostly cloudy skies are predicted for Sunday, along with scattered showers between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., then scattered thunderstorms after 3 p.m.
Sunday features a mixed forecast, with partly sunny conditions and a high near 80 degrees. Also keep the umbrella packed in the "go" bag in case rain develops; our Live Alert 19 app will let you know when rain - and even lightning! - are located near your location. Low in the mid 60s. Coolest at the coast.
Wet or dry for Memorial Day weekend?