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7:15 AM | 60 today and then 65 should be reached tomorrow; windy and colder Friday night and Saturday

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast

Today

More clouds than sun, windy, mild, chance for a shower late, near 60

Tonight

Mostly cloudy, breezy, cool, a few showers possible, near 40

Thursday

Variable clouds with a shower or two possible, breezy, very mild, upper 60’s

Thursday Night

Mostly cloudy, showers likely, breezy, mild, mid 40’s

Friday

Variable clouds, windy, mild, a few showers likely and maybe even a thunderstorm, near 60

Saturday

Partly sunny, windy, colder, mid-to-upper 40’s

Sunday

Mostly sunny, breezy, chilly, mid 40’s

Monday

Becoming mostly cloudy, breezy, cool, chance for rain showers late, upper 40’s

Discussion

A milder flow of air will develop today in the Mid-Atlantic region and it will last right into Friday, but it won’t come without the threat for an occasional shower. An area of low pressure will move across Pennsylvania from west-to-east overnight and it could generate an occasional shower around here and then more showers are likely tomorrow night. Another low pressure system will then swing a cold front through the region on Friday and that frontal passage will spark even more shower activity, and perhaps even a few isolated thunderstorms in the Mid-Atlantic. Once that storm pulls off to our north later Friday, it’ll intensify rapidly and our winds will strengthen out of the NW as colder air floods into the region. Saturday promises to be a windy day with much colder conditions compared to the much warmer-than-normal temperatures that we’ll enjoy in the Wednesday through Friday time period.

Video

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