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7:15 AM | Dramatic change from the weekend as Arctic air blasts into the region tonight

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Partly sunny, windy and colder with temperatures reaching the low 40’s and then slowly dropping this afternoon


Mostly cloudy, windy, cold, flurries possible, low 20’s


Partly sunny, windy and very cold with flurries possible, it’ll be a struggle for temperatures to reach 30 degrees, wind chills in the single digits

Tuesday night

Mostly cloudy, breezy, very cold, lows in the upper teens


Partly sunny, very cold, not as windy, maybe a snow shower late, near 35


Mostly sunny, not quite as cold, low 40’s


Mostly sunny, a bit milder, mid-to-upper 40’s


Partly sunny, breezy, milder, maybe a shower, near 55


Winds will increase to 20-30 mph today behind a strong cold frontal passage and then an Arctic front will pass through tonight and that will open the flood gates for the first invasion of Arctic air into the Mid-Atlantic this season. Tuesday promises to be a brutal day throughout the Mid-Atlantic region with temperatures likely not even able to reach 30 degrees and wind chills will be considerably lower. This will be quite a stark contrast from the mild conditions of this past weekend which saw the low-to-mid 60’s throughout the region on Saturday. Wednesday will also be very cold, but the Arctic air will retreat by the time we reach Friday and Saturday. Longer range, there is the potential for a storm to deal with early to middle part of next week somewhere along the east coast. Additionally, other Arctic blasts are destined to reach our area during the second and third weeks of January.