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7:00 AM | ***One of the coldest air mass in 20 years invades the region...painful cold from tonight into early Wednesday***

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Cloudy with morning rain showers and gusty winds, partial sunshine possible this afternoon with strong winds and a possible snow shower, temperatures peak this morning in the 50's and then drop sharply during the afternoon


Extreme cold with mostly clear skies, lows drop to between 0 and five below with well below zero wind chills


One of the coldest days in years…painful cold with ineffective sunshine, highs only reaching the lower teens and wind chills as low as twenty below

Tuesday Night

More extreme cold with mostly clear skies and lows in the single digits


Mostly sunny, still very cold, but not quite as harsh, low-to-mid 20’s


Mostly cloudy with some snow possible at night, cold, mid-to-upper 30’s


Mostly cloudy, cold, chance for snow and/or ice, near 40


Mostly cloudy, milder, mid-to-upper 40’s


Talk about weather whiplash...the mother of all Arctic fronts has passed through the region and temperatures will drop nearly 60 degrees in some spots over the next 18 to 24 hours. Temperatures spiked up to the middle 50's just ahead of the front and will drop sharply for the rest of the day as one of the coldest air masses in twenty years floods the Mid-Atlantic region. The painful cold will last from tonight into Wednesday and temperatures will go below zero in a widespread area of the Mid-Atlantic region overnight and again late tomorrow night - and that can even include some of the big cities along the I-95 corridor. In fact, the last time New York City, Philadelphia and Washington, DC were below zero at the same time was January 19th, 1994 and there is a slight possibility of that to happen by late tonight. As we transition later this week from the brutal cold to milder conditions, there will likely be a period of snow and ice on Thursday night and early Friday. By the weekend, much milder conditions should return to the Mid-Atlantic region and that thaw could last for a week or so, but more big Arctic outbreaks are coming by the middle of the month.