The National Weather Service forecast shows Memorial Day weekend will feature sunny skies, but cooler temperatures.
It may rain today, but the sky over Stark County Memorial Day weekend looks sunny, according to the National Weather Service.
And it won’t be as hot as it was last week.
The forecast from the Cleveland office of the weather service lists the Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday forecast as sunny, according to the weather service’s website at www.erh.noaa.gov.
The temperature isn’t expected to be hot this past week when temperatures reached the mid 80s.
Meteorologists are expecting the temperature to reach 57 degrees on Friday, 63 on Saturday, and the upper 60s on Sunday and Monday.
However, nighttime lows may fall into the upper 30s Friday and Saturday, the website shows.
The forecast showed no rain.
The chance of wet stuff Thursday, however was 80 percent with a high temperature of 70 degrees falling to an overnight low of 41 by Friday morning, the weather service said.
At 9:15 a.m., the temperature at the Akron Canton was 68 degrees under “mostly cloudy” skies with winds out of the southwest at 12 mph.
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