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7:00 AM | Very mild conditions tomorrow along with a soaking rain and increasingly strong winds, maybe even a thunderstorm or two

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast

Today

Cloudy, a bit milder, an occasional shower and some drizzle at times, patchy fog likely, highs in the mid 40’s

Tonight

Cloudy, cool, steadier rain developing, patchy fog possible, lows by morning near 40 degrees

Wednesday

Cloudy, becoming windy and quite mild, periods of rain, heavy at times, maybe a thunderstorm, upper 50's

Wednesday Night

Cloudy, windy, periods of rain, heavy at times, maybe a thunderstorm, mid 40’s

Thursday

Windy and slightly cooler with partial sunshine, near 50 degrees

Friday

Mostly sunny, cool, near 50 degrees

Saturday

Partly sunny, mild, low 50's

Sunday

Mostly cloudy, colder, chance for rain, near 40 degrees

Discussion

One storm moved up the east coast yesterday and now attention will turn towards the next storm which will be even stronger and it'll have a significant impact on a large part of the country during Christmas Eve. It has already turned a bit milder this morning compared to yesterday and temperatures will surge tomorrow to very mild levels for this time of year on stiffening southerly winds. The rainfall from this next storm will be heavy at times from later this evening through tomorrow night and there may even be some thunderstorm activity on Wednesday; especially, in southern and eastern parts of the Mid-Atlantic region (e.g., Delmarva Peninsula). The stiffening southerly winds that develop tomorrow will continue quite strong tomorrow night and then will remain quite strong early on Thursday after shifting to a westerly direction which will bring in only slightly cooler air to the region for Christmas Day. Truly cold air will not arrive in this area until next week and it looks like it'll be quite different temperature-wise on New Year's Day as compared with Christmas Day.

Video

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