This spring has been a rough one. From tornadoes and floods, to fires and cooler than normal weather in some areas, the weather has been a topic of concern and complaints. And now that Memorial Day, the unofficial start of summer is fast approaching, many are wondering what the long-weekend may have in store weather wise.
According to the Farmers’ Almanac’s long-range forecast, overall it looks like the cool and wet weather will unfortunately continue for the holiday weekend. Only the Southeast may have beach weather.
Here’s a look at the Memorial Day predictions for the weekend by region:
Zone 1 Northeast
24th-27th. Frequent rain showers, then much cooler.
Zone 2 Great Lakes & Midwest
24th-27th. Frequent rain showers, then much cooler. Threat of showers for Indy 500.
Zone 3 Southeast
24th-27th. Local thunderstorms. Warm and humid.
Zone 4 North Central
24th-27th. Colder/drier air sweeps in.
Zone 5 South Central
24th-27th. Frequent showers then turning colder.
Zone 6 Northwest
24th-27th. Partial clearing, continued chilly.
Zone 7 Southwest
24th-27th. Changeable skies: mixed cloud, sun, possible shower. Cool temperatures.
Check out Canada’s Victoria Day forecast on the next page.
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