Not too much is happening in the weather department, and that lack of activity is going to make for a very pleasant weekend. A very big and dry air mass is lazily drifting southward, giving us nothing but clear skies for the next several days. Afternoon highs will be in the mid 60s today and tomorrow.
Warmer weather arrives on Sunday as an upper level ridge continues to build over the East Coast. That ridging should push the temperature up to 70 on Sunday and the mid 70s on Monday.
The ridge looks like it will break down later on Monday, leading to a cold front passage either Monday night or Tuesday morning. With very little moisture to work with the front will struggle to produce rain but we could see a few sprinkles before the sun returns on Tuesday. The frontal passage will keep Tuesday's high to the mid 60s, excellent primary voting weather, but another upper level ridge will have temperatures returning to the mid 70s by the end of next week.