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7:00 AM | Mild into tomorrow, but Arctic cold arrives on Thursday

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast

Today

Becoming partly sunny after early clouds, quite mild, highs in the mid 60’s

Tonight

Mostly cloudy, mild, chance for some drizzle and patchy fog likely after midnight, lows near 50 degrees

Wednesday

Becoming partly sunny, breezy, still on the mild side, maybe a shower or two early, near 60

Wednesday Night

Mostly clear, breezy, turning colder, low 30’s

Thursday

Partly sunny, breezy, noticeably colder, mid 40’s; snow showers possible at night

Friday

Partly sunny, cold, chance for snow showers early, low 40’s

Saturday

Mostly sunny, cold, low 40’s

Sunday

Mostly cloudy, still cold, chance for rain or snow, mid 40’s

Discussion

Temperatures will climb into the 60’s today and will remain on the mild side on Wednesday before big changes take place on Thursday. An Arctic frontal system will slide through the region later tomorrow and temperatures on Thursday should hold in the 40’s. There can be some snow shower activity Thursday night into early Friday, but nothing significant, and the bigger weather story will be the influx of Arctic air. Once established, it appears as if this cold weather pattern will stick around for awhile in the Mid-Atlantic region and another Arctic blast – perhaps even colder than this initial outbreak - is destined to reach the US by the early part of next week.

Video

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