A subtropical disturbance bringing showers and storms to the eastern US will begin to impact the area by early tomorrow morning , with showers spreading from west to east through tomorrow , some may be heavy but mostly a light rain is expected with anounts ranging mostly between 0.10-0.33.
Tomorrow night will clear out leading to a very nice Saturday, lows will be in the mid 40s to low 50s and downsloping off the Appalachians will lead to widespread 70s for Saturday with even some 80 degree readings possible southwest, sunny skies as well. Clear skies will continue Saturday night with lows in the upper 40s to mid 50s
Sunday a back door cold front wil bring in a cooler air mass from the Atlantic but still relarivldy nice conditions are expected with highs mostly in the 50s with variable clouds, increasing late in the day ahead of the next storm system, lows will range mid to upper 40s with overcast skies overnight
Monday a very slow moving low pressure system will move towards the Great Lakes , an occluded front associated with it will impact the area Monday into Tuesday with heavy rain and gusty winds with perhaps some thunderstorms, this will be a slow moving prolonged storm system, the heaviest rain will be Monday afternoon and night but showers continuing through much of Tuesday, highs both days in the mid 50s to low 60s and lows in the mid 40s to lower 50s, rainfall amouns could range between 1.5-3 inches with locallay higher amounts possibe, some flooding is possible as well, beyond this storm system a cooler weather pattern will take hold with dry but cooler than normal weather through the rest of the week