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

7:15 AM | Mild through New Year's Day, but then an Arctic blast early next week

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Partly sunny, breezy, not as cold, near 50


Mostly cloudy, breezy, chilly, maybe a couple of rain showers, near 40


Clouds in the AM with a couple of showers possible then partly sunny PM, breezy, mild, near 50

Saturday night

Partly cloudy, chilly, upper 30’s for lows; near 45 at midnight


Partly sunny, mild, showers possible late, near 50


Mostly cloudy, windy, maybe a rain or snow shower or two, highs near 40 early in the day, but afternoon temperatures should drop


Partly sunny, windy, much colder, highs near 30 degrees with even lower wind chills


Partly sunny, still very cold, low 30's


The first true outbreak of Arctic air into the eastern half of the US this season will occur early next week. Temperatures will drop to well below normal levels by Tuesday and this will be quite a contrast to the mild weather pattern of recent days. In fact, temperatures will struggle to reach the 30 degree mark on Tuesday which is some 20+ degrees colder than the low 50’s expected on Sunday, New Year’s Day. This upcoming cold shot will be accompanied by strong winds on Monday and Tuesday and that will lead to much lower wind chill values. Good news for the NHL as the colder air will begin to be felt during the outdoor winter classic hockey game that takes place on Monday afternoon in South Philly. Looking ahead, this first Arctic air mass will retreat late next week as we'll get somewhat milder once again; however, there is no doubt that there will be additional cold air outbreaks during the first few weeks of January.