The remnants of Tropical Storm Karen have been a pest all week. They have been SLOWLY moving along the east coast and are only now at the NC/VA border. We shouldn't see any effects from her today, but there will be some potential for light showers over the weekend. Nothing major though.
There's nothing to worry about today. The final day of the work week will feature plenty of sunshine and seasonal temps, making for a superb fall afternoon.
Saturday will start out pretty nice, but we'll begin to see increasing clouds in the afternoon as moisture moves further inland and wraps around the backside of Karen. The chance for an afternoon shower or two is low, but it is there.
Sunday will see continued gray skies. In addition to the moisture from Karen, a front will approach the region but then wash out before it makes it here. Mostly cloudy skies will persist and scattered light showers will be possible. What looked like a promising weekend earlier this week, doesn't look as good now.
Monday looks to start out cloudy and foggy, but we should see improving conditions throughout the morning and sunshine by the afternoon. Tuesday and Wednesday right now look to be pleasant with seasonal temps. Our next front moves through Thursday.