High pressure to our north producing an easterly flow for the area. This will pull in more moisture of the Atlantic increasing the clouds by Saturday morning. There may be enough low level moisture to squeeze out some areas of drizzle. The best chance for drizzle should remain far to the east but there is a slight chance. Highs Saturday will remain in the low to mid 40s with the overcast skies. A warm front lifts north early Sunday morning. Winds will pick up becoming a bit gusty out of the southwest 10 to 20 mph. Skies will be partly sunny and temps should lift into the low to mid 50s easily by afternoon.
A weak cold front will quickly move through late Sunday and may produce some light scattered showers but chances are very low. Ridge builds keeping mild temperatures in the 50s to near 60 for Monday and Tuesday before a pretty strong cold front brings our best chance for rain Tuesday and will also usher in colder air by Wednesday and Thursday.