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7:00 Am | *Passage of powerful cold front drops temperatures from 60's on Saturday to 30's on Sunday*

Paul Dorian

Strong low pressure will head right towards the Tennessee valley early this weekend and then to the Mid-Atlantic coastline by early Sunday. Given this track, it should turn noticeably warmer around here on Saturday, but then much colder on Saturday night and Sunday following the passage of a powerful cold front that sweeps through here on the back side of the departing low pressure system. High on Saturday ahead of the front are likely to be in the 60’s and then confined to the 30’s to close out the weekend.

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7:00 AM | *Powerful cold front to sweep through the Tennessee Valley this weekend*

Paul Dorian

It’ll turn milder over the next couple of days, but the end of the warming trend is already in sight as a powerful cold front will sweep through the area this weekend. In fact, the weather on Saturday will become quite active for the eastern third of the nation as a strong cold front slowly works its way to the eastern seaboard. Rain is likely here on Saturday and there can be a thunderstorm or two and it’ll become quite mild. On Sunday, however, the temperatures are likely to plunge on the back side of a departing strong low pressure system and the fresh batch of Arctic air will keep us well below-normal on Monday as well as begin the new work week.

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1:00 PM | ***Some accumulating snow likely tomorrow night…major weekend storm likely to bring rain, ice, snow to the I-95 corridor…potential “flash freeze” late Sunday as an Arctic blast arrives***

Paul Dorian

A cold and stormy weather pattern is getting locked in for the eastern US and there may be three different systems to deal with over the next week or so.  On Thursday, low pressure will head in this direction from the Ohio Valley and likely produce some snow around here on Thursday night.  A much more significant storm is going to impact the I-95 corridor this weekend and everything is on the table for this event including rain, ice and/or snow.  It is still too early to determine the magnitude of each precipitation type for the DC-to-Philly-to-NYC corridor, but accumulations of ice and snow are on the table.  In addition, as the weekend storm pulls to the northeast later Sunday, Arctic air will flood the Mid-Atlantic region and any precipitation that lingers can change to ice and then snow before ending.  Also, as temperatures plunge late Sunday, a “flash freeze” is possible in some areas with a quick ice up on roads, etc.  The coldest air mass of the season so far will likely result in single digit lows in parts of the region by early Monday morning and highs may be confined to the teens to start the new work week.

 

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7:00 AM | *An active weekend with a strong cold frontal passage...rain and Saturday and a plunge in temperatures on Sunday*

Paul Dorian

It’ll be another chilly day in the Tennessee Valley with high confined to near 50 degrees, but a warming trend begins later this week. The weekend will become quite active for the eastern third of the nation as a strong cold front slowly works its way to the eastern seaboard. Rain is likely here on Saturday and there can be a thunderstorm or two and it’ll become quite mild. On Sunday, the temperatures are likely to plunge on the back side of a departing strong low pressure system and the fresh batch of Arctic air will keep us way below-normal on Monday as we begin the new work week.

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7:00 AM | *Powerful cold front arrives this weekend...much colder air mass for early next week*

Paul Dorian

It’ll be another chilly day in the Tennessee Valley with high confined to the 40’s, but a warming trend begins at mid-week. In fact, by Thursday and Friday temperatures should climb well into the 50’s and there will be an increasing shot at some shower activity. The weekend will become quite active for the eastern third of the nation. A strong cold front will slowly grind its way through the eastern states and low pressure will ride along its boundary zone. The result here is likely to be periods of rain on Saturday followed by much colder conditions for Sunday and Monday. The transition from the mid, rain on Saturday to the big chill down for early next week could be accompanied by some ice or snow.

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7:00 AM | Chilly start to the new work week

Paul Dorian

A chilly start to the new work week in the wake of an upper-level system that brought rain to the region over the weekend. High pressure extending from the Upper Midwest to the Gulf of Mexico will build eastward into the Tennessee Valley and it could lead to some gusty winds around here today. The center of the high moves overhead late tonight and conditions will be favorable for considerably cooling – perhaps to freezing in spots. A warming trend will begin by mid-week as the high pressure slides by to our east and our chances for showers will increase later in the week.

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7:00 AM | *Low pressure heads towards the Tennessee Valley with a chilly rain*

Paul Dorian

It’ll remain on the dry side today as we close out the work week, but a chilly, rain event is on the way. Low pressure will pull out of the south-central states on Saturday and head northeast towards the Tennessee Valley bringing us the likelihood of shower activity for much of this weekend. Ultimately, this low pressure system will transfer from the Tennessee Valley to the North Carolina coastline by late in the weekend.

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7:00 AM | *Secondary frontal system ushers in even cooler air for today*

Paul Dorian

A strong cold front swept through the region late Tuesday and a secondary front will usher in even cooler air for Tuesday in the Tennessee Valley. Temperatures today will likely be confined to the lower 40’s for highs and then drop way down in the 20’s for overnight lows. After a dry, but chilly Friday, low pressure will pull out of the south-central states and head northeast bringing us the likelihood of shower activity this weekend.

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7:00 AM | *Much cooler for the remainder of the week*

Paul Dorian

Yesterday featured high temperatures in the mild middle 60’s, but a strong cold front has swept through the region and ushered in much colder air for the remainder of the week. High temperatures during the second half of the week will generally be confined to the 40’s and overnight lows will be in the 20’s. By the early part of the weekend, low pressure will begin to organize over the Gulf and make a move to the northeast bringing us a renewed threat of showers.

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7:00 AM | *Another mild day in the Tennessee valley, but noticeably colder for the mid and late week*

Paul Dorian

There will be one more mild day in the Tennessee Valley as temperatures later today climb into the 60’s, but a strong cold front will usher in noticeably colder air for the mid and late week time periods. High temperatures during the second half of the week will generally be confined to the 40’s and overnight lows will be in the 20’s. By the early part of the weekend, low pressure will begin to organize over the Gulf and make a move to the northeast bringing us a renewed threat of showers.

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