Can’t really play up too much how nice the weekend is going to be with surface high pressure center sinking from New York Saturday morning to the Delmarva Sunday evening. Once thing we have to watch out for the next couple of early mornings and late night is a little fog in some of the deeper river valleys across the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, but most of our viewers will be largely unaffected. Looks like sunshine and no more than a few clouds Saturday and Sunday with very pleasant temperatures and humidity. Sandwiched in between will be a clear and coolish night.
On Monday morning, the center of the surface high will be down in the western Carolinas and we will have a southwest flow between that high and a feature riding southeastward around the periphery of the large upper level high building in the middle of the country. So temperatures will come up a few to several degrees more than Sunday. Dew points will also start to come up.