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7:00 AM | Cold front ushers in colder air for tonight, tomorrow and Friday...weekend storm looks rather weak, but still time for that to change

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast

Today

Mostly sunny, becoming quite breezy, cool, highs not far from 50 degrees

Tonight

Partly cloudy, breezy, turning noticeably colder late, lows by morning near 30 degrees

Thursday

Mostly sunny, breezy, cold, low-to-mid 40’s

Thursday Night

Partly cloudy, cold, upper 20’s

Friday

Mostly sunny, cold, low-to-mid 40’s

Saturday

Becoming mostly cloudy, cold, chance for rain and/or snow late, near 40 degrees

Sunday

Mostly cloudy, cold, chance for rain and/or snow early, near 40 degrees

Monday

Mostly cloudy, cold, maybe some rain and/or snow shower activity, near 40 degrees

Discussion

A warm front pushed through the region on Tuesday and a cold front has followed closely on its heels. After a relatively mild day today with highs at or slightly above 50 degrees, colder air will become noticeable tonight and then the next two days will return to colder-than-normal conditions. The weekend will feature low pressure moving from the southern states towards the Mid-Atlantic coastline. The main disturbance involved with this potential Mid-Atlantic storm is just now moving onshore in California. Latest indications are that this system will remain rather weak this weekend and that any potential precipitation event around here would be only of the "light-to-moderate" variety; however, there is still time and reason to believe that this can change. There is some hinting that an inverted trough of low pressure will try to throw additional rain/snow shower activity our way on Monday and then a stronger storm is possible on Christmas Eve (next Wednesday). As of now, odds favor rain from that mid-week storm in the Mid-Atlantic region and then it would likely set up a cold pattern around here for the week between Christmas Day and New Year's Day. Stay tuned...an active pattern setting up with a lot going on over the next 7-10 days.

Video

httpv://youtu.be/EIY3X_TU858