High pressure will build in to our north Friday and an easterly flow will bring cool temperatures and a significant amount of cloudiness on Friday.

Even more cloudiness is expected on Saturday as the high pressure system moves off to our east and the winds become southeasterly ahead of a warm front.  Some showers, widely scattered, are possible on Saturday as well, although much of the area will be dry.

A weak cold front moves in later Saturday and Saturday night with some showers.  Another high pressure system moves in for Sunday bringing more sunshine, although there are model differences about the amount of clearing we get on Sunday.

Complicating the forecast  is another tropical system that may form near Florida over the weekend and follow a track somewhat similar to Dorian.  This system is not expected to intensify anywhere near the level of Dorian.  The model forecast reliability often seems to be negatively impacted  by a tropical system in the area.  Stay tuned.