Memorial Day Weekend will start wet as an upper level disturbance moving along a stationary front triggers scattered showers late Friday night into Saturday morning. The disturbance should move southeast and off the coast during the afternoon ending the rain inland around noon and along the coast by mid-afternoon. Following the rain most areas of Eastern North Carolina should see some sunshine with temperatures warming into the lower to middle 70s. Sunshine and gradually warming conditions will occur on Sunday and Memorial Day. Sunday's highs should reach the upper 70s to near 80, except middle 70s on the coast. By Memorial Day temperatures should reach the middle 80s inland and near 80 on the beaches. Warm conditions should last through most of next week.