Parts of the Southeast, mostly Alabama to North Carolina and south to Florida, will see heavy thunderstorms Sunday through Tuesday. Other areas look mostly nice, but starting Tuesday a front will cause some severe storms in the southern Plains states.
A storm moving north from the Carolina coast will bring rain and wind to Virginia and Delmarva through Thursday. An old front sitting around in Florida will keep it active there. Otherwise, it looks mostly quiet until next week.
Here's my memories of Hugo, which hit South Carolina 25 years ago yesterday and today.
Brief weekend warmth in the Southeast will be replaced by cooler air again next week. Thanks to the fronts bringing the cool air south, Florida will stay wet.
Cool air nosing into the south will give some a nice and cool weekend, while others will be stuck under a front and get soaked. There are a few things to watch in the tropics but no imminent threats.
Some tropical features will affect the South in the coming days. I don't expect anything too serious except that moisture from them will lead to some soaking rains, especially where they interact with the front moving in.