Radar shows scattered showers and drizzle across the Delmarva into Maryland. They are heaviest and most numerous across southern portions and will be lingering around through the morning hours. This is all thanks to the coastal storm that continues to spin off the mid-Atlantic coast.

As an upper trough deepened across the central U.S. Friday and moved into the upper-Midwest and Great Lakes Saturday, an amplified ridge of high pressure developed from eastern Canada southward into the northeastern U.S. This feature will help to push the upper low off the mid-Atlantic coast slowly over the next couple of days.

This will take the precipitation along with it and therefore help the mid-Atlantic dry out. It will remain mostly cloudy Sunday and at least part of Sunday night with a minimal chance for sunshine and breaks in the clouds Sunday afternoon. #mdwx @chelseawjz @chelseaweather


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