Recent computer models show scattered showers returning as early as tonight, but there looks to be far better chances for rain later on Friday and throughout the day on Saturday.

New York City's high for Saturday is expected to top off at 73F with partly cloudy skies and winds out of the southwest at 5 to 10 miles per hour. The way things shake out right now, expect bountiful blue skies and highs in the upper 70s on Memorial Monday.

Memorial Day is expected to bring mostly cloudy skies, along with a 50 percent chance of showers.

Tomorrow will be much cooler; the GFS forecast model now indicates a high of just 64 degrees for our area, with very breezy conditions continuing. Highs in the low 80s.

Friday: Showers in the morning then cloudy with leftover showers. At this time, the chance for storms looks like it will peak Saturday afternoon into evening, when a chance for severe weather will be possible.

An upper low pressure system continues to pivot away from the region allowing showers to push away.

Even though it's called the unofficial start to summer, people in North Jersey might want to keep an umbrella on hand for this Memorial Day weekend.

Tuesday: Partly sunny, milder, but still the risk of a shower. Northwest wind 6 to 10 miles per hour.

Saturday... Partly sunny with a high near 73.

Thursday: Showers likely, with thunderstorms also possible after 2 p.m.

Monday: Mostly cloudy, chance for a few showers.

Sunday night brings up to an 80 percent chance of showers with temperatures falling to the high 50s, according to the NWS. The overnight low will be 62.

Overnight temperatures will be in the 40s to low 50s. Cloudy, with a high near 59.

Sunday: Sticky. And tricky to time the rain chances.

Today - Mostly cloudy, with a high near 70.

High pressure system will build into the area by Friday. Rain chances will remain around 60-percent through Memorial Day. Chance of precipitation is 40 percent. Unfortunately, thunderstorms are expected to reenter the picture Monday night. Temperatures will climb into the mid 60s.