An area of high pressure has situated itself over the Southeast US. Over the next two days it will create warm and sunny conditions that are typical of this time of year.
An upper level disturbance will pass overhead on Wednesday. We'll still see a good amount of sunshine but the threat of afternoon storms is there.
A weak cold front pushes through the region form the north on Thursday. Once again there will be a good amount of sunshine, but scattered showers and storms will remain.
Friday through the weekend sees the return of high pressure over the Southeast and mid-Atlantic. This should make for a great start to the holiday weekend as sunshine and warm temps will persist each day. With daytime heating, there will be the slight chance of afternoon scattered showers and storms, so keep that in mind.
It's nice to have a week without a period of heavy rain.