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Weather forecasting and analysis, space and historic events, climate information

7:00 AM | *Back to the 70 degree mark today*

Paul Dorian

Very chilly air pushed into Florida for the beginning of the week, but a warming trend begins today. High temperatures this afternoon should be close to 70 degrees and then should climb well into the 70’s over the next few days. Showers and thunderstorms will likely return to the region along with the warmer air and then a cool front will pass through by Friday paving the way for cooler, drier weather.

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7:00 AM | *Not nearly as harsh today as the winds die down*

Paul Dorian

Strong high pressure will drift over the Mid-Atlantic region today and this will result in a much calmer day compared to Monday as the overall pressure gradient relaxes in the area. While still colder-than-normal, the cold weather today will be much easier to take as wind chills will no longer be a factor. Low pressure will push towards the Great Lakes on Wednesday and with this track to our west, milder air should push northward along the eastern seaboard. As a result, rain is likely to arrive here later tomorrow, but a few ice pellets cannot be ruled out at the onset across the northern and western suburbs. The rain continues into Thursday and then colder air arrives at the end of the storm. In fact, there is a chance for a changeover late Thursday from rain-to-snow as the colder air mass arrives.

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7:00 AM | *Another round of showers headed our way*

Paul Dorian

After a very cold day to start the week, it’ll turn milder ahead of the next low pressure system and the winds will pick up in intensity out of the southeast. Showers are likely by early tonight and the threat will continue through mid-week. Colder air will follow for the latter part of the week and snow showers will be possible each day as we head towards the weekend.

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7:00 AM | *Not nearly as harsh today as winds die down*

Paul Dorian

Strong high pressure will drift over the Mid-Atlantic region today and this will result in a much calmer day compared to Monday as the overall pressure gradient relaxes in the area. While still colder-than-normal, the cold weather today will be much easier to take as wind chills will no longer be a factor. Low pressure will push towards the Great Lakes on Wednesday and with this track to our west, milder air should push northward along the eastern seaboard. As a result, rain is likely to arrive here late tomorrow, but a few ice pellets or snowflakes cannot be ruled out at the onset. The rain continues into Thursday and then colder air arrives at the end of the storm. In fact, there is a chance for a changeover late Thursday from rain-to-snow as the colder air mass arrives.

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7:00 AM | *Not nearly as harsh today as winds die down*

Paul Dorian

Strong high pressure will drift over the Mid-Atlantic region today and this will result in a much calmer day compared to Monday as the overall pressure gradient relaxes in the area. While still colder-than-normal, the cold weather today will be much easier to take as wind chills will no longer be a factor. Low pressure will push towards the Great Lakes on Wednesday and with this track to our west, milder air should push northward along the eastern seaboard. As a result, rain is likely to arrive here later tomorrow, but a few ice pellets cannot be ruled out at the onset across the far northern and western suburbs. The rain continues into Thursday and then colder air arrives at the end of the storm. In fact, there is a slight chance for a changeover late Thursday from rain-to-snow as the colder air mass arrives.

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7:00 AM | **Coldest day of the year so far**

Paul Dorian

Brutal cold air poured into the Mid-Atlantic region yesterday on the heels of the powerful weekend storm and today will easily be the coldest day of the year so far. Temperatures today will struggle to climb through the lower teens and the strong NW winds will add to the pain generating much lower wind chill values. The next storm system of note will reach us at mid-week and is likely to produce another round of mixed bag of precipitation for the region.

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7:00 AM | **Coldest day of the year so far**

Paul Dorian

Brutal cold air poured into the Mid-Atlantic region yesterday on the heels of the powerful weekend storm and today will easily be the coldest day of the year so far. Temperatures today will struggle to climb through the lower teens and the strong NW winds will add to the pain generating much lower wind chill values. The next storm system of note will reach us at mid-week and is likely to produce another round of mixed bag of precipitation for the region.

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7:00 AM | **Coldest day of the year so far**

Paul Dorian

Brutal cold air poured into the Mid-Atlantic region yesterday on the heels of the powerful weekend storm and today will easily be the coldest day of the year so far. Temperatures today will struggle to climb through the teens and the strong NW winds will add to the pain generating much lower wind chill values. The next storm system of note will reach us at mid-week and is likely to produce mainly rain for the region.

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7:00 AM | *Cold start to the week...low pressure impacts the region by mid-week*

Paul Dorian

Very cold air poured into the eastern US this weekend and we’ll start the week on a cold note in the Tennessee Valley. It’ll stay rain-free for today and at least the first part of tomorrow, but a storm will be intensifying as it moves eastward from the middle part of the nation. Rain is likely to push into the local region by mid-week and there could be a decent amount as this system has quite a bit of upper-level support.

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