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Near perfect Memorial Day weekend on its way

Morning clouds will give way to afternoon sun every day through the holiday weekend.

AUSTIN, Texas — If you like a warm and consistent weather forecast, you're in luck! Not a whole lot to talk about this holiday weekend in terms of weather, so we all hope you are able to get out and enjoy the summer-like weather.

Morning clouds will give way to afternoon sun with partly cloudy skies every day through at least the middle of next week. Beyond a few morning sprinkles, there is not a lot in the way of rain in the forecast until next Wednesday.

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The strong high pressure to our east will continue to usher in gusty winds from the Gulf of Mexico, keeping dew points and temperatures high. These high temperatures and dew points will result in heat index values in the mid to upper 90s. So be sure to stay hydrated and apply sunscreen regularly if you plan to be outside for an extended period of time.

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With many Texans hitting the road to celebrate the unofficial start of summer, here's a look at the forecast for some popular destination spots along the coast:

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Looking past Memorial Day and into early June, May on average, is the wettest month of the year, followed closely by June. The Climate Prediction Center is forecasting average amounts of rainfall through the first couple weeks of June.

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As far as temperatures go, the long-range outlook shows slightly above average temperatures for central and southeastern Texas. Average highs for the first part of June are forecasted to be in the low 90s.

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Have a great and safe Memorial Day weekend!

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