Warm fall weekend weather, 30 percent chance of rain
Even though the first day of fall was Thursday we're not going to be feeling that way.
Saturday we will reach a high of 93 with only a 30 percent chance of rain.
We are going to stay dry throughout the morning and afternoon.
Once the east coast sea breeze fires up we could see some light scattered showers around 3p.m. but nothing to ruin any plans if you are heading outside for the day.
By 8 p.m. it'll push toward the interior but still only light scattered showers. Most of us won't see any rain at all Saturday.
With Tropical Storm Karl is causing our swells to grow and leaving us with a high rip current risk all weekend so please be careful if you are heading out onto the water Saturday.
Saturday night we reach a low of 74 under a partly cloudy sky with winds coming from the east at 5 to 10 mph.
Tomorrow is pretty much the same story. Sunday's high will be 91 with a 40 percent chance of some scattered showers.
Tropical Storm Karl has winds of 65 mph still moving NE away from the U.S. but could cause some issues for Bermuda.
Tropical Depression Lisa is losing its strength with winds 35 mph and should be a remnant low by Sunday. We also have a wave coming off of Africa now that a 50 percent chance of tropical development within the next five days.