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7:00 AM | *Late week significant rain event in the I-95 corridor*

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7:00 AM | *Late week significant rain event in the I-95 corridor*

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Becoming mostly sunny and quite breezy, a bit cooler than yesterday, highs near 75 degrees

Tonight

Mostly cloudy, cool, lows in the lower 50’s

Wednesday

Mainly sunny, brisk, even cooler, mid-to-upper 60’s

Wednesday Night

Partly cloudy, chilly, upper 40’s for lows

Thursday

Mainly cloudy, cool, chance of late day rain, near 65 degrees; soaking rain late at night and maybe a thunderstorm

Friday

Cloudy with soaking rain in the morning, showers possible in the afternoon, maybe a thunderstorm, not quite as cool, near 70 degrees

Saturday

Mainly cloudy, breezy, cool, still the chance for showers, low-to-mid 60’s

Sunday

Partly sunny, cool, maybe a shower or two, low-to-mid 60’s

Discussion

A strong cold front passed through the region early this morning and the weather will improve today although it’ll become quite breezy and a bit cooler than yesterday It’ll turn even cooler on Wednesday and then another strong cold front will be headed towards the Northeast US later in the week. As this next cool shot closes in on the Northeast US, strong surface low pressure will form in the southern states supported by a vigorous upper-level system. The strong low pressure system area will push towards the Great Lakes later in the week and the result should be a soaking rain event in the DC-to-Philly-to-NYC corridor focused on late Thursday night and early Friday. Once the cool air arrives following that late week frontal passage, it will be slow to depart as an “omega-shaped” blocking pattern will unfold in the upper atmosphere across the nation. In fact, colder-than-normal conditions are likely in the Mid-Atlantic region from this weekend into late next week.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.

vencoreweather.com