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Weather forecasting, detailed weather analysis and climate information

12:55 PM | *Strong weekend coastal storm begins very wet pattern for the eastern seaboard*

Paul Dorian

A very wet pattern is unfolding for much of the eastern third of the nation and it’ll begin this weekend with the formation of a deep “negatively-tilted” upper-level trough of low pressure over the Ohio Valley.  This upper-level system will become a slow-mover and it will contribute over the next several days to a persistent flow of air into the Mid-Atlantic region from the tropical Atlantic. In addition, there will be the development of a strong surface low pressure system along the Mid-Atlantic coastline on Saturday which will likely bring heavy rainfall and strong winds to coastal sections from the Delmarva Peninsula-to-southern New England and perhaps even inland to the immediate I-95 corridor.  By the time next weekend rolls around, several inches of rain could have fallen in much of the eastern US and localized flooding may become a serious concern.

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7:00 AM | *Very wet pattern begins this weekend and continues through next week...possible weekend strong coastal storm*

Paul Dorian

A much wetter overall weather pattern will set up for the eastern third of the nation this weekend and likely continue right through next week. An unusually deep upper-level trough is likely to form over the Upper Midwest early this weekend and this will become a slow-mover. In addition, a strong coastal low pressure system may very well form on Saturday potentially causing some significant rainfall and gusty winds near the Delmarva/NJ coastline. As a result of this unfolding pattern change, the threat for showers and thunderstorms will increase later in the day on Saturday and then likely continue through much, if not all, of next week.

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7:00 AM | *Very wet pattern begins this weekend with possible strong coastal storm...wet pattern continues through next week*

Paul Dorian

A much wetter overall weather pattern will set up for the eastern third of the nation this weekend and likely continue right through next week. An unusually deep upper-level trough is likely to form over the Upper Midwest early this weekend and this will become a slow-mover. In addition, a strong coastal low pressure system may very well form in later Saturday potentially causing some significant rainfall and gusty winds for the I-95 corridor region to the coastline. As a result of this unfolding change to the overall weather pattern, the threat for showers and thunderstorms will increase later in the day on Saturday and then likely continue through much, if not all, of next week.

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7:00 AM | *Wet pattern begins this weekend for the eastern third of the nation*

Paul Dorian

A wet weather pattern will set up for the eastern third of the nation this weekend and likely continue right through next week. An unusually deep upper-level trough is likely to form over the Upper Midwest early this weekend and this will become a slow-mover. In addition, a strong coastal low pressure system may very well form in later Saturday potentially causing some significant rainfall and gusty winds for the I-95 corridor region to the coastline. As a result of this unfolding change to the overall weather pattern, the threat for showers and thunderstorms will increase later in the day on Saturday and then likely continue through much, if not all, of next week.

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7:00 AM | *Very wet pattern begins this weekend with possible strong coastal storm...stays wet through next week*

Paul Dorian

A much wetter overall weather pattern will set up for the eastern third of the nation this weekend and likely continue right through next week. An unusually deep upper-level trough is likely to form over the Upper Midwest early this weekend and this will become a slow-mover. In addition, a strong coastal low pressure system may very well form on Saturday potentially causing some significant rainfall and gusty winds near the coastline. As a result of this unfolding pattern change, the threat for showers and thunderstorms will increase later in the day on Saturday and then likely continue through much, if not all, of next week.

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7:00 AM | *Wetter pattern for the eastern US begins this weekend*

Paul Dorian

The overall weather pattern for the next several days will feature persistent upper-level troughing in the east-central US and ridging over the western Atlantic. The end result of this combination will keep a SW flow of air around here which will continue our daily threat of showers and thunderstorms and high temperatures right near the 90 degree mark. Meanwhile, there continues to be a relatively quiet look to the Atlantic Basin tropical scene at this time, but there may be an sub-tropical storm to deal with this weekend near the Mid-Atlantic coastline.

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12:45 PM | *Cold water in the North Atlantic is likely having an impact on air temperatures, snow and ice in Greenland and the rest of the Arctic region…ramifications on the upcoming winter season*

Paul Dorian

One of the most important stories in recent weeks in the world of weather and climate has been the abnormally cold waters of the northern Atlantic Ocean.  This colder-than-normal patch of water just south of Greenland has been sustained for several weeks now and it is likely playing a role in Greenland’s extensive and abnormally high snow/ice pack for this time of year. In addition, this cold water just south of Greenland may be playing a role in overall colder-than-normal air temperatures in the Arctic region during their all-important summer melting season and the latest estimates of Arctic sea ice extent which compare favorably to recent years.  

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7:00 AM | Unusually deep upper-level trough to form nearby this weekend

Paul Dorian

A strong cool front is working its way through the area and our air mass will become drier and more comfortable compared to recent days. In fact, tonight may very well turn out to be one with great sleeping weather and low temperatures by morning in the upper 60’s. It’ll turn a bit warmer again on Thursday and Friday with highs not far from 90 degrees each day. The weekend looks quite unstable in the Tennessee Valley with the formation of an upper-level trough and this will lead to a daily shot at showers and thunderstorms.

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7:00 AM | **Much wetter overall weather pattern begins this weekend and continues next week**

Paul Dorian

A strong cool front passed through the region in the overnight hours and has ushered in less humid and more comfortable air for the next few days. This air mass will be anchored by a strong high pressure system that originated in southern Canada and will work its way to the Northeast US. By the early part of the weekend, a much wetter overall weather pattern will set up for the eastern seaboard. An unusually deep upper-level trough is likely to form over the Upper Midwest and this will become a slow-mover. In addition, a strong coastal low pressure system may very well form in the Saturday night time frame potentially causing problems from the Jersey coastline to Long Island. As a result of this unfolding pattern change, the threat for showers and thunderstorms will increase later in the day on Saturday and likely continue through much, if not all, of next week.

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7:00 AM | Tropical scene still pretty quiet in the Atlantic Basin

Paul Dorian

The overall weather pattern for the next few days will feature persistent upper-level troughing in the east-central US and ridging over the western Atlantic. The end result of this combination will keep a SW flow of air around here which will continue our daily threat of showers and thunderstorms and high temperatures right near the 90 degree mark. Meanwhile, there is a relatively quiet look to the Atlantic Basin tropical scene at this time, but there may be a coastal storm (tropical or sub-tropical) to deal with this weekend well north of Florida.

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