A slow-moving low pressure system centered off the Mid-Atlantic coast will continue to drive many clouds, but only isolated showers into our region.
WEEKEND FORECAST: Clouds could break for a few sun intervals. Shower chance: 20% Saturday and 30% Sunday. Highs: mainly mid 70s. Wind: light northwest Saturday, northerly 8-12 mph Sunday.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY: Stubborn clouds continue to hang around, with the low remaining offshore. Monday will be overcast and breezy with a continued threat of patchy light showers (30%). Highs will reach the low 70's. Tuesday should be slightly better with mostly cloudy skies and a few spotty showers (20%) as the low pulls away.
WEDNESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY: Expect partly sunny skies and warm afternoon highs. Daily high temperatures: upper 70s to near 80. Late Friday a cool front approaches the area and it may touch off some isolated showers and thunderstorms.
TROPICAL OUTLOOK: A disturbance in the eastern Atlantic Ocean has a 30 percent chance of becoming a tropical cyclone by the end of the week. However, this system would not likely go on to impact North America.
First Alert Meteorologists Gannon Medwick, Colin Hackman, Eric Davis, and Iisha Scott will keep you updated.
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