Sunday May 22: Generally dry and mild through Wednesday, maybe an isolated shower on Thursday.
Last year, Memorial Day was hot and dry with a high of 87. This year, we're going to be cool and showery at times with highs 60-65. Looks like Friday and Sunday will be the wettest with up to 1/3" of rainfall for each of those days. Driest day is expected to be Saturday with just a few showers. Monday will be the second driest with scattered showers. It'll also be breezy at times over the holiday weekend, with wind gusts up to 20 mph at times. Snow levels above 5000' all weekend (will vary 5000-6000').
Meteorological Summer begins on Wednesday June 1; Astronomical Summer (Summer Solstice) begins on June 21.
Updated outlook data for June favors near normal temperatures and below normal rainfall. For July, odds favor below normal rainfall and above normal temps. Remember, these are odds and are not set in stone.