High pressure is moving east into the Mid-Atlantic which will provide wall-to-wall sunshine with a few high clouds. We will not see much mixing with the high over the region so the winds will be very light Saturday. Temperatures will climb into the lower 80s with dew points remaining low so humidity will not be a problem.
Saturday night, high pressure will continue to be dominating our weather so we will see a clear sky and temperatures fall back into the 60s. Sunday, high pressure will slide eastward into the Atlantic Ocean which will help shift our winds out of the south and provide more mixing to allow temperatures to reach the middle 80s.
A storm complex over Kansas currently will move east across the country and into the western part of the Mid-Atlantic by Sunday afternoon. The system will remain to our west during the day so we will not see any precipitation but clouds will start to increase in the afternoon ahead of that storm system. Depending on the track of this system, it could move into our region Sunday night.