High pressure to the NW will shift quickly eastward over the next 24 hours and be off the Atlantic coast Friday morning. The next of a series of cold fronts moving southeastward will move through the area Friday night. Ahead of the front Friday afternoon, dew points rise into the mid-60s. T-storms to our northwest should intensify or redevelop as we reach max heating. The severe threat will stay to the west but we could see a low end threat for damaging winds as a few t-storms could collapse rapidly. The front should be clear of the land mass by about 9/10 pm Friday evening, but could be some post frontal showers overnight. Rain amounts should stay in the 1 inch range, and some may even stay dry.
Beyond that, no precipitation through the weekend as cooler and drier air returns. A Wind Advisory may be possibly Friday night into Saturday morning before winds ease.