It's a cloudy start to Hump Day, and that trend will continue today for the most part. An increase in moisture today thanks to a southeasterly (and upslope) wind flow will create a pretty good chance of some scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms.
Thursday and Friday look like soakers. A cold front will move through from the west. At the same time, a tropical disturbance will track from the Gulf of Mexico and move north through the eastern Carolinas. The tropical low looks to be far enough to our east to not directly effect us, but it will increase the moisture contetnt in the region and enhance the frontal boundary, producing some heavy rain beginning Thursday afternoon. Showers continue through Friday.
We should dry out some over the weekend and warm up a few degrees as well as see a decent amount of sunshine, especially on Sunday. Both days feature the chance of scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms though. Monday looks very similar to Sunday. Typical summer weather.
Another front moves into the region on Tuesday.