Rains produced by lower pressure that are affecting parts of the east coast of the United States will make travel difficult through the “Memorial Day” weekend, weather forecasters anticipate.
The latest report from Fox Weather indicates that strong waves, rain and strong winds are expected for southern states such as the Carolinas.
A tropical disturbance is developing across the western ocean.
The American Automobile Association (AAA) estimates that some 2.7 million people will travel this year for the holiday weekend compared to the same period last year, an increase of 2.7%. According to projections, more than 42.3 million Americans will walk 50 miles or more this weekend.
On the part of the days, some of these travelers will have to take care during the next few days providing the weather forecast.
The mildest day will be Saturday, according to the forecast. The expectation is that the Rocky Mountains and High Plains reef system will be pushed that day until it extends to the east coast.
“That rain might help some,” FOX meteorologist Britta Merwin said.
Several levels are expected to drop on Monday during the official holiday, although they are still felt in some areas.
In contrast, the Fox Prediction Center anticipates drought and summer temperatures across the central part of the country and the Midwest. As a result of this change, temperatures could rise 10-15°F above average.
Heavy rains could spoil the memory of the weekend for the residents of the south coast of the United States.