Meteorologist Brian van de Graaff's Weekend Outlook

As we kick off a new month we also are entering a new "unsettled" pattern.


Partly to Mostly Cloudy, Occasional Showers and A Few Storms Likely
Highs: Lower 80s
Precipitation: 60% Chance
Scattered Showers/Storms, Limited Sun, Muggy
Highs: Lower 80s
Pollen Count: 70% Chance
Cloud/Sun Mix, Chance for Some T’Showers
Highs: Low to Mid 80s
Precipitation: 50% Chance

After a much milder start to your day expect limited sunshine to appear.  A series of weather disturbances will affect our area with increasing chances of showers and isolated thunderstorms. On Saturday, as high-pressure builds over the Atlantic, a coastal warm front will develop along the mid-Atlantic Coast. As this front drifts westward, waves of low pressure are expected to develop and move northward along the front. The result: a few days of more clouds than sunshine, below average high temperatures and periods of showers and thunderstorms. Sure you’ll be able to spend some time outside, but exactly when it will be dry is hard to pin down so just be prepared for the rain. Have a great weekend!

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High/Low Yesterday: 89º/ 67º
Precipitation: 0.00”
Normal High/Low: 88º/71º
Record High/Low: 100º(2011) / 54º(1895)