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6:00 AM | On the very northern fringes today of an area of snow

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Considerable clouds, cold, just a slight chance for light snow, highs in the upper 20’s


Mostly cloudy, quite cold, chance for light snow, lows near 25 degrees


Partly sunny, cold, mid 30’s

Thursday Night

Partly cloudy, quite cold, mid 20’s


Partly sunny, still cold, mid-to-upper 30’s


Mostly sunny, cold, upper 30’s


Moslty cloudy, milder, chance for rain, mid 40’s


Partly sunny, chilly, low 40’s


An area of moisture near the Mid-Atlantic coastline is combining with upper level energy to produce some snow in parts of the Mid-Atlantic region this morning with the highest threat for snow in the region between DC and southern New Jersey where accumulations on the order of a coating to an inch are possible. The northern and western fringes of this moisture area could reach into the NYC metro region later today, but for the most part, it looks like it will stay just to the south and east of here.

Looking ahead, after a couple of cold and tranquil days to close out the work week it'll turn (briefly) milder late this weekend. A coastal storm threatens for later Sunday which would likely generate rain in the I-95 corridor and this would then be followed by colder air for the early part of next week. There is no long-term or dramatic warmup coming anytime soon to the Northeast US despite some rumors to the contrary. By the middle of next week, we may have to deal with a "clipper" type of system dropping southeastward across the northern Plains and Upper Midwest.