An upper levels disturbance will be dropping southeast out of the central Appalachian region on Friday, and this may spark some afternoon shower and thunderstorms across the Blue Ridge. Some of the storms could get close to VIR, but the chance of having one pass over the track is low, only about 20%. If a storm does pass over the track, the main impact will be lightning, and it should pass through quickly.
A cold front moves through the area Friday night, and high pressure will build in from the north. This will provide very nice conditions for Saturday and Sunday. Although temperatures will be warm both days, with highs in the mid to upper 80s, the morning lows will be fairly cool, in the upper 50s. Humidity levels will be relatively comfortable too, considering it's June in southern Virginia, as the afternoon dewpoint temperatures will drop into the low 50s on Saturday, and the mid to upper 50s on Sunday.