Clouds and drizzle have engulfed much of the region since Wednesday morning. This trend will continue into the weekend with cloud cover overhead each day.
The remnants of Tropical Storm Karen parked off the coast of North Carolina and Virginia on Wednesday. The high pressure that kept us sunny and dry slowly moved out, allowing for clouds and dreary conditions to move in overnight.
Cloud cover and rain chances will continue through Friday night as the system finally makes its way farther north away from our area.
Temperatures for the game on Saturday will start off pretty chilly. By kickoff, temperatures will be around 66 degrees under mostly cloudy skies. The sun may make an appearance or two throughout the game, but sunscreen won't be as valuable this time around. Chances of rain are minimal during the game.
Clouds continue to hang around next week, keeping temperatures around the 70 degree mark each afternoon. Lows at night will drop into the 40’s. Be sure to enjoy the fall colors as we head into peak foliage viewing season.