While Friday had some showers, we will see an uptick in summer-like storms Saturday before a line of weakening (?) storms approaches the area Sunday in the AM hours.
HRRR and NAM models along with atmospheric conditions show that pop-up showers & storms will be possible before 0z – or in the afternoon generally between 12P-10P. Temperatures will be in the upper-70s to upper-80s Saturday across the valley and plateau. Cloud cover will remain quite dense over upper ETN into SW VA through the day, which could limit development in those areas. Overall CAPE is not particularly “impressing” generally hovering around 300-1,000 J/Kg according to the latest short-range model runs.
Now with all said, storms will have the ability to fire tomorrow afternoon for much of the area – bringing heavy rain and possibly some small hail; but not everyone will see a storm. Remember, these are “summertime-like-storms” meaning they will bubble up, do their thing, and die.