We haven't been able to get rid of the clouds completely, but we have seen a few peaks of sunshine here and there for your Saturday. This weekend has started off with a last burst of summery weather, as high pressure has settled in keeping us mainly dry. Temperatures have been in the 70s for most and we are slightly on the humid side.
Overnight, clouds will continue to dominate the skies and low temperatures will moderate around the upper 50s and low 60s. We could see some areas of patchy fog develop tonight as well.
Tonight is International Observe the Moon Night, which is an excellent time to view the first-quarter moon phase. We could see a few breaks in the clouds, which should allow for a few opportunities to see the moon. NASA says tonight is a great opportunity to bring the world together.
For more on International Observe the Moon Night, click here for our coverage.
High pressure will still be around for Sunday, which means we will see another day of relatively pleasant weather. Temperatures will be in the 70s Sunday afternoon, with partly cloudy skies and possibly an isolated shower.
Sunday night, we will be partly cloudy and low temperatures will fall into the upper 50s and low 60s.
Huge swings to the weather pattern will come into the work week, including unsettled weather and a big time cool down. Meteorologist Brandon Lawson breaks that part of the forecast down tonight at 6 and 11 on WVVA-NBC.