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7:00 AM | Another warm day for today, but a few showers are possible during the mid-day and afternoon; the rest of the week looks pleasant; still potential for major east coast storm early next week

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast

Today

Mostly cloudy, warm, a few mid-day and afternoon showers possible, near 70 degrees for highs

Tonight

Mostly cloudy, mild, maybe a shower early, mid 50’s

Wednesday

More clouds than sun, very warm, low-to-mid 70’s

Wednesday Night

Mostly cloudy, mild, mid 50’s

Thursday

Partly sunny, warm, low 70’s

Friday

Partly sunny, warm, low 70’s

Saturday

Partly sunny, warm, maybe a shower late, near 70

Sunday

Mostly cloudy, cooler, showers possible, low-to-mid 60’s

Discussion

High pressure continues to dominate the overall weather scene; however, as warmer air tries to advance into our region a band of showers has formed and a few showers can fall around here during the mid-day and afternoon hours. Once the warmer air becomes better established around here by tomorrow afternoon, temperatures should climb to the middle 70’s despite some mid-week clouds. Nice weather will then continue here for the remainder of the week, but the outlook for early next week is still in question.

The potential continues to exist for a major east coast weather event early next week in the Mid-Atlantic and/or Northeast US that could, in the worst case scenario, involve hurricane-force winds, torrential rains along low-lying sections and inland higher elevation snows (as per European, Canadian and Japanese models). The best case scenario is that this newly named tropical storm, Sandy, will go harmlessly out to sea over the weekend (as per US models) and will not phase with the deep upper level headed for the east coast. Stay tuned, it may take several more days to have high confidence in this forecast as the deep upper level trough of low pressure is still off the west coast of the US.

Video

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