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7:00 AM | Moderation in temperatures this afternoon, but Arctic cold returns early tomorrow; some snow accompanies the cold blast with a coating to an inch or two possible

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Mostly cloudy, becoming milder this afternoon, highs will flirt with the 40 degree mark


Mostly cloudy, turning colder, some snow likely late, lows in the upper 20’s by morning


Some snow likely in the morning with new accumulations of a coating to an inch or two, becoming windy during the afternoon and partly sunny with temperatures slowly dropping after early day highs near 30 degrees

Thursday Night

Windy and brutally cold with partial clearing, lows in the single digits


Mostly sunny, very cold, low 20’s


Mostly cloudy, milder, upper 30’s


Mostly cloudy, cold, chance for snow or perhaps a mixed bag of precipitation, near 30 degrees


Mostly cloudy, cold, chance for snow, upper 20’s


Temperatures will moderate today – perhaps reaching the 40 degree mark in parts of the metro region – but another Arctic invasion is ready to pounce on the northeastern US. A strong Arctic front will arrive early tomorrow and it will generate some snow late tonight and early Thursday that can produce a coating to an inch or two of new accumulations. More bone-chilling cold will follow with strong winds from later tomorrow into Friday before moderation takes place to begin the weekend. That moderation on Saturday will be short-lived; however, as another cold shot will arrive later in the weekend leading to an unsettled period of weather early next week. Snow or a mixed bag of precipitation is possible on Sunday and then, as it gradually turns colder, snow is more likely to be the precipitation-type on Monday as low pressure tries to form near the Mid-Atlantic coastline.