Temperatures for our Sunday look to be the warmest out of the week. We will start to see a robust easterly move kind on Sunday afternoon. The air mass will grow to be heat and unstable, particularly west of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Temperatures for our Sunday will attain into the 80s. There is an opportunity to see some popup scattered thunderstorms heading into Sunday afternoon. Storms seemed to be short-lived as a result of lack of shear within the environment. Any thunderstorms that do kind might produce fast bursts of rain, gusty winds, and lightning. The risk of storms will start to taper off through the night as we begin to quiet down. Lows can be within the 50s. The heat entrance will once more carry to the north and out of our space Monday as a chilly entrance approaches from the west. We will see dry circumstances on Monday with partly cloudy skies, and heat air advection will improve forward of the chilly entrance, which is able to enable for one more heat day Monday. Highs on Monday might attain into the higher 70s and decrease 80s in some areas. As the chilly entrance strikes by on Monday, it might immediate the prospect for a bathe and thunderstorms Monday afternoon alongside the Allegheny Front. Spotty showers will proceed east of the Blue Ridge all through Monday. Lingering showers are potential for Tuesday morning. Overall, rain totals could possibly be as much as half an inch. Tuesday would be the final day that we are going to see hotter climate. This secondary chilly entrance will usher in some cooler air however drier air. Northwesterly winds will start to select up, heading into Thursday and Friday. Winds can gust anyplace between 25-30 mph with 40-45 mph throughout the Alleghenies. Highs will stay within the 50s and the 60s. High stress will work its manner into our space for areas north and west of the I-95. There is an opportunity for us to see the chance of frost/freeze points. High stress will stay in management, maintaining us dry for Friday with highs nearing the 60s.
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy skies with southerly winds—highs within the decrease to higher 50s.
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny skies with an opportunity of PM thunderstorms and showers. Highs within the decrease 80s with lows within the 50s.
MONDAY: Partly cloudy skies with PM spotty showers. Highs within the 70s and lows within the 50s.
TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy skies with spotty showers and breezy northeasterly winds. Highs within the 70s and lows within the 40s.
WEDNESDAY: Cooldown! Mostly cloudy skies with highs within the 50s and lows within the mid-30s to decrease 40s.
THURSDAY: Sunny skies with gusty northwest winds, highs within the higher 50s and decrease 60s, and lows within the higher 30s and decrease 40s.
FRIDAY: Partly cloudy skies with gusty northwest winds. Highs within the 60s and lows within the 40s.
SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy, with highs within the 60s and lows within the 50s.
Have an ideal remainder of your weekend!
-Weather forecaster Brittany Ward