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Traveling in the Southeast for Memorial Day weekend? Check the forecast before you go!

Many areas will see a weekend filled with sunshine along with increasing temperatures.

Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer, and many families will hit the road to enjoy the warmer weather.

Most of the Southeastern United States will see good weather this weekend, with just a slight chance of showers on Friday. Expect a mix of sun and clouds with temperatures increasing through the weekend.

It may not officially be summer yet, but it's still important to protect your skin! Remember to re-apply sunscreen every 90 minutes, and more frequently if you plan to be in the water.

RELATED: Here's everything you need to know about sunscreen before heading outside

Friday, May 27th

A cold front will continue to push off the East Coast on Friday, which will bring rain showers and cloud cover to Nashville, Louisville, Knoxville, and areas along the coast. Behind the front, expect a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the 70s and 80s.

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Saturday, May 28th

Most of the rain will be out to sea by Saturday, leaving sunny skies across the Southeast. Temperatures will be warmer with many cities getting into the 80s by Saturday afternoon.

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Sunday, May 29th

Sunny skies continue across much of the Southeast on Sunday as temperatures continue to climb. Afternoon highs will be in the 80s and 90s with an increasing UV index.

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Monday, May 30th

The weather for Memorial Day itself will be fantastic, but warmer. Highs will be in the 80s and 90s across the Southeast with lots of sunshine. Remember the sunscreen!

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More than 34 million people are expected to travel by car on Memorial Day weekend, according to AAA, making it the busiest Memorial Day in two years. 

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