This weekend should be fairly quiet with that mix of sun and clouds persisting as mid-level disturbances hanging around. None of these disturbances will cause any discernible rain chances for either Saturday or Sunday, although a brief afternoon shower isn’t completely out of the question today; while temperatures warm up into the mid 70s region-wide. At this same time, we’ll watch the evolution of Eta in the Caribbean as it possibly approaches Cuba Sunday.
In large part, our forecast should be unbothered by what happens in the Caribbean as we start the week. Another upper-level disturbance will bring clouds but hardly any rain chances. Mild temperatures also persist. By Tuesday and Wednesday a front will push through with what looks like meager moisture and only small rain chances.
In the Tropics: This is a complex forecast with Eta, as a few different steering mechanisms could act to push the storm in a few different directions. So really, it’s just a wait and see with what happens with this storm.