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Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 5:47 p.m. Aug. 28, 2015

High pressure will continue to lead to mainly dry weather across the region through the weekend. There is a small chance of a few isolated storms over the mountains during the afternoons but areas east remain dry with more sun than clouds. Expect another gorgeous day Friday. The weekend will be hot with highs around 90. Humidity won’t be too bad on Saturday but you will notice slightly uncomfortable humidity levels on Sunday. The next chance of some rain for everyone arrives on Monday. However, it is only slight at best. Currently, highs are forecast to warm into the low 90s Sunday through Thursday potentially leading to a five day heat wave.

FRIDAY: Mostly to partly sunny and pleasant
Highs: Upper 70s to low 80s

FRIDAY NIGHT: Few clouds, comfortable
Lows: Around 60 in the suburbs, upper 60s in D.C.

SATURDAY: Mostly to partly sunny, warmer and a bit humid
Highs: Upper-to-mid 80s

SUNDAY: Partly sunny, hot and humid; chance afternoon storms west of Interstate 81
Highs: Around 90

MONDAY: Partly sunny, hot and humid; slight chance of showers and storms
Highs: Lower 90s

BEACH FORECAST FOR THE DELMARVA BEACHES

Friday: Sunny, highs around 80
Saturday: Mostly sunny, more Humid, lows in the 80s
Sunday: Partly sunny, low to mid 80s
Water temp.: Upper 70s

FORECAST FOR VIRGINIA BEACH AND THE NC OUTER BANKS: Mostly sunny Saturday, with highs in the lower 80s. Partly sunny Sunday with isolated storms. Highs in the mid 80s.

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