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7:00 AM | **Heavy rain event tomorrow afternoon and night precedes another refreshingly cool air mass**

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Mostly sunny, still pretty comfortable, highs in the low 80’s (normal high is 86 degrees)


Becoming mostly cloudy, mild, chance for a couple of showers late, lows in the mid 60’s


Cooler with mostly cloudy skies, humid, showers likely with possible thunderstorms, some of the rain can be heavy during the afternoon hours, low-to-mid 70's

Tuesday Night

Showers and thunderstorms likely, some of the rain will be heavy at times, mild, upper 60’s


Lingering showers and thunderstorms possible early; otherwise, becoming partly sunny, still on the cool side, near 80


Mostly sunny, pleasantly cool, mid-to-upper 70’s


Mostly sunny, comfortably cool, mid-to-upper 70’s


Mostly sunny, still pleasant, upper 70’s


A major rain event is headed to the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast US from later tomorrow into Wednesday with two to as much as five inches of rainfall on the table in spots by the end of the day on Wednesday. A cold front will approach from the Great Lakes region over the next couple of days along with an unusually strong upper level low and this will keep the weather very unsettled around here from later Tuesday into Wednesday with occasional showers and thunderstorms and some of the rain will be heavy at times. Flash flooding is a concern from this upcoming weather system in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast US and severe weather is also a possibility during from Virginia to New York on Tuesday night and then on Wednesday across New England where it will be a wild weather day. High pressure will follow behind the frontal system for the second half of the week and temperatures will once again stay at well below normal levels for this time of year.