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7:00 AM | Arctic chill for the next couple of days; temperatures drop this morning with scattered rain and/or snow showers and increasing northerly winds

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Morning clouds and possible rain and/or snow showers will give way to mostly sunny skies this afternoon with windy and cold conditions, temperatures this afternoon holding near 40 degrees after dropping this morning


Partly cloudy, brisk, very cold, lows in the mid-to-upper 20’s


Mostly sunny, brisk and cold, low-to-mid 40’s

Wednesday Night

Partly cloudy, very cold, mid-to-upper 20’s


Mostly sunny, cold, upper 40’s


Mostly sunny, chilly, mid 50’s


Partly sunny, cool, maybe a shower, mid-to-upper 50’s


Mostly cloudy, mild, showers possible, near 60


An Arctic front has passed through the region and there are a few rain and snow showers immediately behind the front that will move into the region later this morning. The afternoon will bring about clearing skies, but with windy and cold conditions and temperatures will hold near 40 degrees after dropping this morning. Strong Canadian high pressure will push towards the east coast over the next couple of days and it is anchoring an Arctic air mass that will result in some of the coldest temperatures yet this season across portions of the East and Deep South. The unseasonal chill should last through Thursday, but then as the high approaches the east coast late this week, the low-level flow will back around to a southwesterly direction and temperatures will rebound quite nicely by the weekend.