A development of a Low pressure system early Friday will allow for easterly winds off the Atlantic. This will keep temperatures in the low to mid 60s during the day with overnight temperatures in the low 50s. As the system weakens warm air advection will begin to occur over the northeast. This will help provide moisture needed for precipitation, while regional CVA will provide the lift for isolated showers. Currently, there is a chance of isolated showers Friday morning and Sunday evening. Timing will continued to be adjusted.
Updated: June 9th 10:30pm CT