First Warning Forecast:
80s and sunshine Friday, tracking potential tropical impact next week...
Clouds will decrease overnight as temperatures fall into the low 60s.
The best day of the week by far will be tomorrow! Sunshine will return in full force Friday with even warmer temperatures in the mid 80s, about 10 degrees above normal for this time of year.
We are watching a small chance for showers this weekend as a string of fronts stretches out across the Mid-Atlantic. Expect partly cloudy skies on Saturday with an afternoon shower/storm possible (30%). More clouds will build in for Sunday with an isolated shower possible (20%). Highs will return to the mid 80s on Saturday, then slip to the low 80s on Sunday.
We are keeping a close eye on early next week and the potential for tropical development. An area of low pressure will form near the northern Bahamas this weekend and move northeast, just off the southern East Coast. This low could develop into a subtropical depression or storm (Arthur). Regardless of tropical formation, this low will bring us some rough surf and a higher risk of rip currents. The biggest question mark with this system is how it interacts with a cold front approaching from the west Monday to Tuesday.