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7:00 AM | Frontal passage ushers in much cooler air; showers could mix with ice pellets before ending by midday

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Lingering morning showers that could actually mix with sleet at times then becoming breezy with some afternoon clearing, temperatures will likely hold in the 40's for the rest of the day


Mostly clear, cold, near 30


Mostly sunny, cold, near 50

Wednesday Night

Mostly clear, cold, near freezing


Mostly sunny, cold, near 50


Mostly sunny, still chilly, low-to-mid 50’s


Mostly sunny, still quite chilly, low-to-mid 50’s


Increasing clouds, cool, showers possible at night, low 50’s


A strong cold front has worked its way through the region and the result will be a return to below normal temperatures for much of the week. Showers this morning, which could actually mix with sleet at times, will give way to some afternoon clearing, winds will pick up as well this afternoon and temperatures are likely to hold in the 40's. High pressure will control the weather for the rest of the week and temperatures will be confined to below normal levels (normal high is 59). While the rest of this week looks dry and storm-free, next week will likely feature a strong blocking high pressure system to our northeast and a "stuck-in-place" western Atlantic low pressure system that will cause a prolonged period of onshore flow at the coastline.