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Weather forecasting and analysis, space and historic events, climate information

7:00 AM | Damp start to the week; seasonably cool with some sunshine for the second half of the week

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Cloudy, cool, occasional showers from mid-morning on, highs near 60 degrees (normal high is now 66 degrees at Central Park)


Cloudy, chilly, showers likely, lows near 50 degrees


Mostly cloudy, cool, showers likely, low-to-mid 60's

Tuesday Night

Mostly cloudy, chilly, light rain or drizzle likely, upper 40’s


Becoming partly sunny, seasonably cool, mid 60’s


Mostly sunny, seasonably cool, mid 60’s


Mostly sunny, seasonably cool, mid 60’s


Mostly sunny, seasonably cool, mid 60’s


High pressure off the northeast US coast will be stay put for the next couple of days and clockwise winds around this system will generate a moist flow of air for the region right off the Atlantic Ocean. Also, residual moisture from the Ohio Valley has moved northeast into the Mid-Atlantic region and the combination of the two air masses will generate lots of clouds around here for the next couple of days along with occasional showers. By the second half of the week, enough drier air should move in to allow for some sunshine each day and that will allow temperatures to climb to seasonal levels by later in the week (normal high is now 66 degrees). Elsewhere, yet another cold shot is headed for the southern Rockies, Northern Plains and Upper Midwest this week. Denver could reach 80 degrees today and then have accumulating snow on Wednesday.