A frontal boundary will remain stalled over the southern Mid-Atlantic through the rest of the weekend, with surface high pressure building off the New England coast. At the same time, an upper level low across the Tennessee Valley will drift into the region. The combination of these systems will make for cloudy skies, cool temps, and rain chances through the rest of the weekend. High pressure will build across the Mid-Atlantic region after Monday leading to more sunshine and warmer temps. A cold front looks to move in by the end of next week bringing a chance for showers and storms again.
Sunday: Cloudy with showers likely, a t-storm possible during the PM, highs 66-72. Sunday Night: Scattered showers, possible a storm, mainly before midnight, cloudy with areas of fog, lows 60-64. Monday: Mostly cloudy with a chance for showers and storms, warmer, highs 77-81. Tuesday/Wednesday: Sun and clouds, much warmer and humid, isolated PM storm possible, highs 85-90. Thursday: Partly sunny, chance for showers and storms, highs 81-85. Friday: Mostly cloudy, chance for showers and storms, highs 77-81. Saturday: Partly sunny, highs 73-77.