The trough in the NE will finally move into the Atlantic to allow for high pressure currently over the Ohio Valley to move southeastward Sunday. This will help shift our winds out of the west, bringing in drier air.
By the end of the day, the center of the high pressure will be off the Carolina coast. This will lead to high temperatures in the upper 70s to low 80s. With little moisture in the atmosphere and a westerly wind, we will see plenty of sunshine. Sunday night an area of low pressure will move into Maine and spread showers across New England but will remain north of our viewing area.
Sunday night we will see clear skies with low temperatures in the upper 50s to near 60 degrees. Monday will see another warm and dry day for the holiday as high pressure remains locked in place just off the coast of the Carolinas. This will bring our region westerly winds which will have a downsloping effect on our region. Temperatures on Monday will be in the middle 80s with comfortable dew points.