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7:00 AM | Colder pattern sets up by the weekend following strong cold frontal passage

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast

Today

Cloudy with some fog and drizzle this morning and an occasional afternoon shower, cool, highs in the mid 50’s

Tonight

Mostly cloudy, mild, more showers likely, areas of dense fog, lows in the mid 40’s

Tuesday

Mainly cloudy, fog early, mild, a shower possible, upper 50’s

Tuesday Night

Mostly cloudy, colder, low-to-mid 30’s

Wednesday

Mostly sunny, chilly, windy, low 50’s

Thursday

Mostly cloudy, cool, showers during the afternoon and continuing at night, low 50's

Friday

Windy, colder, partial sun, maybe a rain or snow shower, low 40’s

Saturday

Windy, cold, partial sun, low-to-mid 40's

Discussion

An active weather pattern has begun for the Mid-Atlantic region and for much of the nation as well and we’ll have to deal with multiple storms this week. One low pressure area will move from the Ohio Valley today to New England by later tomorrow. Another storm will move towards the Great Lakes region by early Thursday creating a snowstorm for the Upper Midwest and this storm will then whip a strong cold front across our region later Thursday night. Winds will pick up on Friday behind the front and afternoon temperatures will likely drop and the cold and windy conditions will likely last right to Christmas Day. Another storm seems destined to cross the country next week from the southern Plains to the Mid-Atlantic region and it will have lots of cold air to work with. That storm is likely to reach the Mid-Atlantic region by the middle of the week.

Video

httpv://youtu.be/08efgKVGkfA