Overcast skies dominated the forecast for much of the area today, keeping high temperatures in the low 60s for much of the region. The low-pressure system that moved through this weekend is still sitting stagnant over Kentucky, continuing to impact much of the northwest with heavy cloud cover.
Clouds will stick around for tomorrow, and through much of the weekend as well. I think we'll stay dry during the day on Friday before our first system of the weekend moves through Friday night.
Scattered showers are possible overnight Friday into Saturday and could linger through much of Saturday. A few isolated storms are possible, but the bulk of the storm threat will be staying further to our west.
Sunday is our best chance for stormy weather as another system moves through, though it doesn't look we'll see any severe activity. Some rain showers could linger into Monday (especially the morning hours) but I still don't think Memorial Day will be a washout as we'll clear up a bit later in the day.
If you're going to be outside this weekend, make sure to keep an eye on weather conditions and head indoors if you hear thunder or see lightning.