While the upper level low is moving north and eastward-- we will still be on the back side of it...and that leaves us with isolated rain showers and thunderstorms as we head into the weekend. I think we'll have plenty of dry time tomorrow...but it will still be a bit gloomy. Southerly flow at the surface will aid in warming temperatures during the afternoon, so most of us will warm in to the upper 70s.
Things get drier as we head into Sunday...but the clouds will increase and that will have a net cooling effect. Temperatures will struggle to get up to the 70 degree mark. The clouds will start to break by Monday afternoon which will set us up for a seasonal Memorial Day. Temperatures will warm into the mid 70s by afternoon and we'll be flirting with the 80s by Tuesday. Things stay dry for most of the week with low rain chances returning Thursday.