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

7:00 AM | *Another nice day, but unsettled period arrives late this week with showers and thunderstorms likely as tropical moisture rides up the east coast*

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Mostly sunny, pleasantly warm, highs near 80 degrees


Increasing clouds, cool, lows near 60 degrees


Becoming mostly cloudy, warm, showers possible during the afternoon hours, near 80

Thursday Night

Mostly cloudy, mild, showers likely and maybe a thunderstorm, mid 60’s


Mostly cloudy, humid, occasional showers and possibly a thunderstorm or two, some of the rain can be heavy, upper 70’s


Mostly cloudy, warm, humid, occasional showers and possibly a thunderstorm or two, some of the rain can be heavy, near 80


Partly sunny, warm, humid, still the chance for a shower and thunderstorm, near 80


Partly sunny, warm, humid, chance for showers and thunderstorms, low 80's


Canadian high pressure stays in control of the weather here in the Mid-Atlantic region for one more day, but Thursday will become mostly cloudy with higher humidity levels as we transition to quite an unsettled period of weather at the end of the week that will have tropical connections. Moisture associated with a strong storm and frontal system in the central Plains will advance to the eastern states from the middle of the country over the next couple of days at the same time a boat-load of tropical moisture begins to move northeastward along the east coast from the eastern Gulf of Mexico. Low pressure associated with the tropical moisture over the eastern Gulf of Mexico is likely to ride up the east coast late this week as an upper level trough associated with the central Plains low pressure system and front deepens upon its approach to the east coast. The outcome could be an atmospheric squeeze play in the Mid-Atlantic region on Friday and Saturday with tropical connections resulting in numerous showers and thunderstorms, some of which can be heavy at times. There is still time for changes to the following potential tropical storm track, but my current thinking would take this developing tropical low pressure system to near eastern North Carolina on Friday then to the South Jersey coastline on Friday night before reaching the area just southeast of the Long Island/southern New England coastline by around Saturday morning. This moisture-laden weather pattern could easily bring 1-3 inches of rainfall to the big cities along the I-95 corridor and to points east to the coastline in the Friday/Saturday time period. The weather settles down some on Sunday although showers cannot be completely ruled out, but there is more rain likely coming during the first half of next week.