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7:00 AM | Breezy, warm today; comfortable tonight through Friday, but weekend goes downhill

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast

Today

Mostly sunny with a noticeable breeze, very warm, a slight chance for an afternoon shower or thunderstorm, upper 80’s

Tonight

Becoming mainly clear and very comfortable, lows in the low 60’s

Thursday

Mostly sunny, pleasant, near 80

Friday

Mostly sunny, pleasant, low 80’s

Saturday

Mostly sunny early then an increase in clouds during the afternoon, warm, mid 80’s; chance for showers and thunderstorms at night

Sunday

Mostly cloudy with showers and thunderstorms likely, low-to-mid 80’s

Monday

An early shower possible then becoming mostly sunny, pleasant, low 80’s

Discussion

One frontal system came through the region late yesterday setting off some strong storms and another front will slide through later today, but the second front is likely to come through with only isolated showers. Today will be rather warm ahead of the second front, but a stiff breeze will signal the transition to a new air mass. In fact, much more comfortable air will arrive overnight paving the way for nice weather on Thursday and Friday featuring sunshine, pleasant temperatures and low humidity. The weekend should start off OK, but then a low pressure system and associated frontal boundary will approach from the west and it will threaten us with a showers and thunderstorms Saturday night and Sunday. Once that system passes to our east by later Monday, another comfortable air mass will move into the Mid-Atlantic to start the new week anchored by strong high pressure.

Video

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqt2HZWTnwA