A fairly typical mid-September weather weekend ahead. Mostly dry, but, cannot rule out a shower of thunderstorm with highs both days 88F. Rain chances will ramp up early in the work week and the back to mostly dry mid-week. Longer term not looking at and significant warmth or cooling over the next couple weeks.
Tropical Storm Julia continues to meander off the SE US coast but towards late in the weekend we should see the storm moving away. There are a couple models that want to bring the system back to the SW and over north Florida but I am not seeing that at this time. Latest NHC forecast is here:
Finally, for now, Tropical Storm Karl is not under the best environmental conditions for strengthening but will be watched for the longer term. Current model solutions are mostly in the school of calling this a “fish storm” and keeping it out to sea. Too early to disregard it though.