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7:00 AM | Could hit 80 degrees today, but big changes are coming by Sunday

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Mostly cloudy although the sky will brighten at times, warm and humid with the threat for a couple of showers and maybe an isolated thunderstorm, highs near 80 degrees


Becoming mostly clear, cooler late, upper 50’s


Mostly sunny, still warm, but a little less humid, highs near 80 degrees

Friday Night

Partly cloudy, cool, upper 50’s


Partly sunny, cooler, showers possible late, low-to-mid 70’s


Mostly cloudy, much colder, periods of rain, upper 50’s


Mostly sunny, quite cool, near 60


Partly sunny, cool, low-to-mid 60’s


An area of moisture across the southeastern states will move up the coast today bringing the chance for another couple of showers and possibly an isolated thunderstorm, but most of the day will be rain-free. A weak front will then pass through the region tonight and this should usher in less humid air for Friday although it'll remain quite warm. After that, major changes are on the way. A strong cold front will advance to the east this weekend and a wave of low pressure is likely to form along that temperature boundary zone as it closes in on the coast. As a result, periods of rain are likely here Saturday night and Sunday from that wave of low pressure, and it’ll turn much colder on Sunday and the chill will continue into the first part of next week. There is even the possibility that some snowflakes will fly in some inland, higher elevation locations from West Virginia to Maine later later this weekend as the advancing cold air interacts with a wave of low pressure along the frontal boundary zone.