A pleasant northwesterly flow of autumn-like air will keep afternoon temperatures in the 70s through Monday.
Tonight will be comfortably cool with partly cloudy skies and readings dipping into the 50s.
A weak impulse will bring additional clouds Sunday, with a passing shower possible, but most of the rain will remain west of the region.
A return flow from the south will initiate a warm-up beginning on Tuesday, ushering in summer-like temperatures approaching 90. The next chance for scattered showers and storms will arrive late Wednesday ahead of a cold front.
Post-tropical cyclone Dorian (90 mph) is racing towards Newfoundland, after making landfall at 8:30 a.m. Friday over Cape Hatteras, N.C.
There are a couple of disturbances in the tropical Atlantic — one nearing the Lesser Antilles and another in the eastern Atlantic that have modest potential for growth.
Tonight: Scattered clouds, cooler. Low 58
Sunday: Clouds return, stray shower. High 76
Monday: More sun. High 79 (59)
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, warmer. High 86 (61)
Wednesday: Clouds increase, warm, humid, few showers, storms. High 88 (68)
Thursday: Partly sunny, shower possible. High 86 (67)
Friday: Partly sunny, storm late. High 87 (65)
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, cooler. High 78 (63)
Have a good weekend! -Ben