As we draw toward the weekend we see some signs that weather conditions could turn out to be okay for most of the area for a good part of the time. Saturday is not an issue at all. We should see plenty of sunshine on Saturday with nothing more than a few passing clouds with temperatures in the 70s. That is the easy part of the forecast. Sunday has been in question all week due to low pressure approaching us from the Great Lakes. A few subtle changes in track of that low makes all the difference in the Sunday outcome. As we have gotten closer and closer to the weekend the low is tracking further north. This changes the profile for much of the area from one waiting for an onshore flow to develop and a warm from setting up, to a cold front coming in from the northwest.
Above was the GFS from 2 days ago setting us up for another wet onshore flow on Sunday with rain and a raw northeast wind. The New GFS model (along with the NAM and European models) have all adjusted to the weather system being further north with no onshore flow...READ MORE AT http://www.meteorologistjoecioffi.com/index.php/2017/06/01/weekend-weather-outlook-promising/