High pressure anchored off the southeast Atlantic Coast continues to pump moist air northward. A meandering upper-level low in the Ohio Valley will generate mainly afternoon and early evening showers and a few storms, diminishing around sunset.
Patchy fog lifted into an overcast that will thin out, allowing some afternoon sun. Heating and a weak front will trigger scattered showers and isolated storms through early evening, shifting southeast.
Behind the front, the weather will remain quite warm and moderately humid this weekend, as the frontal boundary washes out. Highs will edge into the upper 80s.
A disturbance will trigger a few showers Saturday evening into early Sunday. Temperatures will be a few degrees lower Sunday, though still rather warm, with clouds breaking and afternoon sunshine.
A cold front will move southeast late Monday, with only a slight chance for an evening shower, followed by pleasant high pressure bringing slightly cooler and much drier air for the remainder of next week.
- Friday: Mostly cloudy, muggy, scattered showers, storm. High 81
- Tonight: Mostly cloudy, few evening showers, sticky. Low 67
- Saturday: Partly cloudy, warm, evening storm. High 88
- Sunday: Partly cloudy, showers south. High 86 (68)
- Monday: Partly cloudy, warm, late shower in spots. High 85 (64)
- Tuesday: Mix clouds and sun, isolated shower. High 81 (62)
- Wednesday: Sunny, cooler. High 78 (55)
- Thursday: Mostly sunny. High 81 (56)