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7:00 AM | **Continued very windy and cold today, but temperatures modify significantly on Friday**

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast

Today

Becoming partly-to-mostly sunny, continued very wind and unseasonably cold, winds could gust to 40 mph or so out of the northwest, highs held down to the mid and upper 30's which is well below normal for mid-March

Tonight

Mostly clear and very cold with diminishing winds, lows by morning near 20 degrees

Friday

Mostly sunny, considerably milder, mid 50’s

Friday Night

Mostly cloudy, chilly, upper 30’s

Saturday

Partly sunny, even milder, near 60

Sunday

Increasing clouds, colder, upper 40’s; chance for snow and/or rain at night

Monday

Cloudy, cold, chance for snow and/or rain, upper 30’s

Tuesday

Partly sunny, cold, near 40

Discussion

Winds will continue on the strong side for much of today gusting up to 40 mph or so out of the northwest. Despite plenty of sunshine, temperatures will have a hard time escaping the 30's for highs which is way below normal for this time of year. After a very cold (but calmer) night, temperatures will rebound noticeably on Friday and then remain at mild levels on Saturday before more cold air returns to the region on Sunday. By Sunday night and Monday, moisture in the Southeast US will begin heading towards the Mid-Atlantic region and - depending on how far northeast it can come - the result could be some snow around here early next week.

Video

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