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7:00 AM | Mid-week Nor'easter to bring us rain, wind and the real threat for accumulating snow

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Mostly sunny, still quite cool, highs in the upper 40’s


Increasing clouds late, cold, lows in the mid-to-upper 30’s


Cloudy, windy, cold, periods of rain, mid 40’s

Wednesday Night

Windy with more rain that could mix with or changeover to snow and accumulations are possible; especially, in the N and W suburbs, cold, low-to-mid 30’s


Cloudy, windy, still quite cold, rain and/or snow early, mid 40’s


Mostly sunny, a bit milder, highs near 55


Mostly sunny, even milder, upper 50’s


Mostly sunny, back to near seasonal levels, upper 50’s


First the good news - it could be sunny and 60 degrees by Sunday. Now the bad news - we might have to endure our first accumulating snow of the season before we get there. A storm will develop today in the Southeast US and then it will move offshore and ride up parallel to the coastline reaching the Mid-Atlantic latitudes on Wednesday and then to just off the New England coast by Thursday. This track will bring rain and wind to coastal regions and accumulating snows in inland locations from Pennsylvania northward into Maine. There is a good chance that the rain changes to accumulating snow in or near the big cities of DC, Philly, NYC and Boston along the I-95 corridor as the storm pulls to the northeast. Once this system passes by, the overall weather pattern will change for awhile and significant improvement will take place with noticeably milder conditions by the late weekend and continuing into early next week.