The recent decent weather pattern will continue for us for the weekend. There is enough low level moisture in an easterly flow to result in a couple of hours of solid low clouds in the Baltimore area, but in general, the high nosing in from the north will promote sunshine across the Northeast and into the mid-Atlantic. There can also be some thin, mainly insignificant high clouds in Baltimore as seen on the satellite with the main higher and mid clouds staying farther to the south. All in all, temperatures will be in the comfortable range Saturday, but we have to be careful of forecasting temperatures too high with the easterly flow. That will be more of a problem where that breeze is right off the water and while “pleasant” will work for places away from the water, “a cool breeze” is more apt to be a better description for the coast.
For Saturday night, models are showing some low clouds pushing southwestward from the Atlantic into eastern Mass. and then backing in southwestward near Baltimore later Saturday into Sunday morning. Even if it does turn cloudy for a few hours late Saturday into Sunday morning, some sunshine will return for the rest of Sunday in this slow to change pattern. The models, however, are showing these clouds being more of a potential problem all day from along the Delaware and Maryland beaches.