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7:00 AM | Dry, cold weather finishes out the week and month, but it gets much milder by early next week

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Mostly sunny, breezy and cold, highs near 40 degrees


Mostly clear, quite cold, lows in the low-to-mid 20’s


Mostly sunny, cold, low-to-mid 40’s

Thursday Night

Mostly clear, cold, upper 20’s


Partly sunny, still cold, mid 40’s


Partly sunny, chilly, upper 40’s


Mostly cloudy, milder, low-to-mid 50’s


Partly sunny, mild, mid-to-upper 50’s


Our "suburban" snow event is now over and the weather will settle down for the next several days and, after a cold finish to the month of November, the new month will temporarily feature some much milder weather conditions by early next week. November will no doubt end up as a below-normal month temperature-wise that featured two separate snow events in the Mid-Atlantic region which is somewhat unusual. Yesterday’s low pressure system that produced a general 1-3 inch snowfall in the northern and western suburbs has moved quickly to the northeast out over the open Atlantic and now high pressure will build in from the center part of the nation. This high pressure system will control our weather into the weekend with dry, but cold conditions. Milder air will head into our region for the Sunday/Monday/Tuesday time period of next week, but then a cold front will swing through by mid-week. Elsewhere, the big weather story over the next several days will be out west as a series of Pacific Ocean storms will bring heavy rain from California to the Pacific Northwest with absolutely insane rainfall amounts possible across northern California on the order of 12-15 inches.