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CBS19 WEATHER: Pleasant rest of your Memorial Day weekend

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TEXAS, USA — We’ll have another peaceful night across East Texas. Temperatures will drop into the mid-60s which is right where they should be for this time of year. The rest of your Memorial Day holiday weekend still looks pretty good. It will be slightly more humid by the second half of Sunday and Monday with a chance for end of day showers or a thunderstorm Memorial Day. Morning and early afternoon ceremonies and events Monday should be fine with no weather delays. Next week, a storm system drifts overhead. it brings a chance of rain Monday night, Tuesday and into part of the day Wednesday. After a short break, another upper level storm drifts into the region bringing a chance of rain for the first weekend of June. 


Sunday will be another great weather day across East Texas. But you might notice slightly higher humidity creeping into the region. Otherwise, under a mix of sun and clouds, we'll see highs in the upper 80s and a southeast wind at 5 to 10 mph. Clouds will increase late in the day but we will remain dry across the region.


Monday morning will in the mid 60s again but temperatures will rise to the mid 80s. We will have a partly cloudy morning and as the day goes on, clouds will increase. In the afternoon, scattered showers are possible. As the evening approaches, more pockets of showers will develop with the chance of a few scattered thunderstorms as well. 

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