More rain and storm chances to finish off Memorial Day weekend

Strong to severe thunderstorms possible Thursday afternoon with a return to warm and muggy conditions

Here’s what to expect from Memorial Day weekend weather

Las Vegas is expected to have a high temperature Sunday and Monday of only 70 degrees, which is its average for March 15.

Memorial Day may be the informal start of summer, but Mother Nature is going to make it feel official across almost a dozen states this holiday weekend.

Valley staycationers can expect prime pool weather, with clear skies and below-normal temperatures through Monday.

"Quiet weather" is expected for most of the coming week, Barlow said.

"Expect showers to become more widespread during the day today, and also likely heavier than most of those experienced yesterday", the weather service said.

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The front half of each weekend day (Saturday and Sunday) will be the best time to get outdoors. Here's your complete weekend weather forecast.

On Friday a couple of showers could also fall the first part of the morning, but the trend will be for drier weather during the afternoon. A slight chance for storms returns by late Friday. Temperatures will climb to near 90 degrees by the afternoon.

New records could be set for high temperatures in several dozen cities, from Louisiana to Virginia, setting the stage for potentially deadly conditions.

However, with the warmer temperatures comes the ideal conditions for showers later in the day. Clouds will continue to fill in overnight as temperatures slip into the upper 40s to low 50s.

Sunday night - Partly cloudy. Morning temperatures will begin the day in the upper 60s and lower 70s, and then by the afternoon and evening, our highs will be back into the 80s with lots of humidity, making it feel oppressive outside.

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