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7:00 AM | ***An Arctic blast arrives on Tuesday with a snowstorm***

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Partly sunny, milder, highs in the mid-to-upper 40’s


Becoming mostly cloudy, colder, lows in the low-to-mid 20's


Cloudy, breezy and very cold with periods of snow, temperatures slowly dropping during the day reaching the middle teens by day's end

Tuesday Night

Bitter cold with snow ending in the evening, breezy, total snow accumulations of 4-8 inches, middle-to-upper single digits for lows


Bitter cold with partial sunshine, temperatures only able to reach the upper teens


Partly sunny, very cold, snow showers possible, mid 20’s


Mainly sunny, very cold, near 20


Partly sunny, not as harsh, mid 30's


An amazing weather pattern is setting up for the northeastern US for the next week or so with three separate bitter cold Arctic blasts and a snowstorm on Tuesday that will accompany the first Arctic air invasion. An Arctic front slips through the region late today and this will set the stage for some incredible winter weather over the next week or so. The Arctic front will drop just to our southeast overnight and low pressure will ride along the frontal boundary producing snow in the region on Tuesday. The combination of an injection of fresh Arctic air, huge high pressure building to the north, and an impressive upper level short wave of energy rounding the base of a long wave trough will generate quite a snowstorm for the I-95 corridor on Tuesday. The snow should develop in the early morning and will pick up in intensity for the afternoon and then wind down during the evening. After a mild start to the week today, temperatures will drop overnight to the low-to-mid 20's by early tomorrow morning and will slowly drop during the snowstorm reaching the middle teens by day's end. Tomorrow night will feature single digit temperatures all along the I-95 corridor for overnight lows and temperatures will not be able to escape the teens on Wednesday. A second Arctic blast will arrive Thursday night reinforcing the bitter cold pattern and then a third, and perhaps the coldest of the bunch, will arrive early next week. That third Arctic blast to arrive in the northeast US early next week will have its root in Siberia and it could be quite incredibly cold. As far as snow accumulations are concerned, it looks like a general 4-8 inch snowfall in the I-95 corridor from DC-to-Philly-to-NYC and the Delmarva Peninsula will not escape this one as even slightly higher amounts can fall in that region. One final note - all preliminary snowfall accumulation estimates could be increased later today as the trend is up for precipitation totals.