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

7:00 AM | *Cool and breezy today in the wake of a frontal passage*

Paul Dorian

In the wake of a cold frontal passage, it’ll turn cooler today with plenty of sunshine and afternoon highs confined to the middle 60’s. As high pressure pushes overhead tonight, winds which will be quite gusty today should calm down overnight and this will allow for temperatures to drop to near 40 degrees by morning. Plenty of sunshine will boost temperatures on Wednesday to near 70 degrees for afternoon highs after the chilly start to the day.

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7:00 AM | *Near 90 degrees today, but not as warm on Wednesday following frontal passage*

Paul Dorian

A cool front will sag into northern Florida later today and then slide past our area by morning. Ahead of the front, temperatures ca climb to near the 90 degree mark for highs, but should be confined to the lower 80’s on Wednesday. In addition, the winds will become noticeable on Wednesday behind the frontal passage out of the north and gusting to 20 mph or so at times.

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7:00 AM | *More rain today as a cold front approaches the east coast*

Paul Dorian

A cold front will approach the region later today and after a couple of scattered showers this morning and mid-day, the rain will become more widespread for the mid and late afternoon and it should continue into early tonight. Clearing skies will follow late at night and the next two days promise to be generally sunny and seasonably cool days for this time of year. Another front may approach the region at the end of the work week; the frontal passage could be on the dry side, but it is too early to write off the chance of showers from late Friday into early Saturday.

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7:00 AM | *More rain today as a cold front approaches the east coast*

Paul Dorian

A cold front will approach the region later today and after a couple of scattered showers this morning and mid-day, the rain will become more widespread for the mid and late afternoon and it should continue into early tonight. Clearing skies will follow late at night and the next two days promise to be generally sunny and seasonably cool days for this time of year. Another front may approach the region at the end of the work week; the frontal passage could be on the dry side, but it is too early to write off the chance of showers from late Friday into early Saturday.

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7:00 AM | *More rain today as cold front approaches the east coast*

Paul Dorian

A cold front will approach the region later today and after a couple of scattered showers this morning and mid-day, the rain will become more widespread for the mid and late afternoon and it should continue into early tonight. Clearing skies will follow late at night and the next two days promise to be generally sunny and seasonably cool days for this time of year. Another front may approach the region at the end of the work week; the frontal passage could be on the dry side, but it is too early to write off the chance of showers from late Friday into early Saturday.

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2:00 PM | *An impressive tropical storm over the Gulf of Mexico to directly impact the Southeast US…impact later this weekend in the Mid-Atlantic with soaking rain…possible cold weather for Halloween*

Paul Dorian

A tropical system continues to slowly intensify over the Gulf of Mexico and has now reached named (Nestor) tropical storm status. This system is moving to the northeast and will approach the northern Gulf coast later today and tonight and then move inland across the southeast US this weekend.  By late Sunday, this tropical storm will likely move offshore somewhere near the Outer Banks of North Carolina and it could generate some rainfall on its NW side in the Mid-Atlantic region late Saturday night/Sunday morning.  Looking in the extended time period, some impressive cold air outbreaks are likely to impact the central and eastern US during the last week of October and the first week of November – perhaps leading to quite a chilly Halloween for lots of people across the eastern half of the nation.

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7:00 AM | *Still breezy today on the heels of the strong storm...calmer and cold tonight with frost possible in many suburban locations*

Paul Dorian

High pressure will gradually build into the region today and the impact of the just-departed coastal storm will diminish as the day goes on. Winds will start the day on the brisk side - though not as bad as yesterday - and they’ll become nearly calm later tonight. With clear skies and nearly calm winds in the overnight, temperatures are likely to drop to the mid and upper 30's by tomorrow morning and frost is possible for the first time in many suburban locations. An area of low pressure with tropical characteristics will pull out of the Gulf of Mexico early this weekend and slide to our southeast by early Sunday. There is a very good chance that this system becomes a named tropical storm (Nestor) and it should throw some rain our way late Saturday night and Sunday. A strong frontal system is then destined to reach us by Tuesday night and it should result in more rainfall for the Mid-Atlantic region.

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7:00 AM | *Still breezy today on the heels of the strong storm...calm tonight and cold with the first frost possible*

Paul Dorian

High pressure will gradually build into the region today and the impact of the just-departed coastal storm will diminish as the day goes on. Winds will start the day on the brisk side - though not as bad as yesterday - and they’ll become nearly calm later tonight. With clear skies and nearly calm winds in the overnight, temperatures are likely to drop to the mid and upper 30's by tomorrow morning and frost is possible for the first time in many suburban locations. An area of low pressure with tropical characteristics will pull out of the Gulf of Mexico early this weekend and slide to our southeast by early Sunday. There is a very good chance that this system becomes a named tropical storm (Nestor) and it should throw some rain our way late Saturday night and Sunday. A strong frontal system is then destined to reach us by Tuesday night and it should result in more rainfall for the Mid-Atlantic region.

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7:00 AM | ***Watching a Gulf of Mexico low with tropical characteristics...likely to become TS Nestor and it'll impact central Florida with possible strong storms and damaging winds**

Paul Dorian

Low pressure will pull out of the Gulf of Mexico and impact the region later today into Saturday. The tropical system is likely to become a named tropical storm (Nestor) and it could result in some severe thunderstorm activity here later tonight into tomorrow. Any thunderstorm that forms late today/tonight can contain torrential downpours and damaging wind gusts of 50-60 mph. Drier air is likely to push in on Sunday following the passage of the low as it pulls away to our north and east.

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7:00 AM | *Watching a Gulf of Mexico low with tropical characteristics*

Paul Dorian

An area of low pressure with tropical characteristics will pull out of the Gulf over the next 12-24 hours and slide just to our southeast on Saturday. As a result, the chance for rain and thunderstorms will increase on Saturday following a nice day to end the work week. High pressure stays in control today with comfortable temperatures reaching the middle 70’s this afternoon.

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