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7:00 AM | *A few showers later today as a cold front arrives...maybe a thunderstorm or two...quite warm by Sunday afternoon**

Paul Dorian

A cold front will move through the region later and it can be accompanied by a few showers, maybe a thunderstorm or two. High pressure will build in for the weekend which promises to be warm along with some sunshine each day, but a shower or two cannot be ruled out on either day. Another front arrives on Monday and it may result in a few more showers for the Mid-Atlantic region, maybe a thunderstorm.

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7:00 AM | *Another frontal system arrives later tomorrow and it can bring us more showers, maybe a thunderstorm*

Paul Dorian

Today will be a pretty decent day in the Mid-Atlantic region following a frontal passage in the overnight hours. Another front will move through the region late tomorrow to be followed by weak high pressure for the weekend. There can be showers tomorrow afternoon and evening as the front arrives in the region and perhaps a thunderstorm or two. The weekend looks warm with some sunshine each day, but a shower or two cannot be ruled out on either day and more showers are possible on Monday as another front approaches.

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7:00 AM | *Much improvement today and it'll turn noticeably milder with the return of sunshine*

Paul Dorian

The second half of the week and upcoming weekend will be noticeably warmer than the unseasonably chilly conditions of the past few days. As a result of sunshine today, temperatures will respond nicely and jump towards the 70 degree mark for highs this afternoon. A frontal system will arrive late tonight and it may be accompanied by some shower activity and then another frontal system on Friday could result in a few showers and maybe a thunderstorm. Warm weather is likely this weekend with highs generally well up in the 70's on each day.

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7:00 AM | *Nothing like yesterday, but still unsettled in the Mid-Atlantic*

Paul Dorian

The steady rain is over, but it’ll remain unsettled today as upper-level low pressure only grudgingly pulls away from the area. As a result, there will be lots of clouds around and a few showers are likely mainly in the afternoon hours. High pressure will build into the area tonight and Wednesday promises to be a milder day with some sunshine. Another frontal system will come our way tomorrow night and it can be accompanied by a few showers and another front may result in the same on Friday. Warmer weather is likely this weekend with a run at 80 degrees possible by Sunday afternoon.

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7:00 AM | *Rainy days and Mondays*

Paul Dorian

Our extended soaking rain event that began this weekend is not through with us yet as today will feature periods of rain as low pressure intensifies off the Mid-Atlantic coastline. Some of the rain can be heavy at times and it’ll remain unusually chilly for mid-May as temperatures struggle to reach 50 degrees. The threat of showers will continue tonight and a few lingering showers are possible tomorrow as well as upper-level low pressure will be slow to exit the region. With the return of some sunshine on Wednesday, it’ll turn milder, but more showers are possible on Wednesday night as another frontal system arrives in the area.

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3:20 PM | *Showers/storms this evening...soaking rain event begins this weekend for an extended period*

Paul Dorian

There will be scattered showers and thunderstorms later this afternoon and tonight in the DC-to-Philly-to-NYC corridor as a cold front approaches and some of it will be on the heavy side; especially, south of the PA/MD border. This rain event will be relatively short-lived compared to what is coming later this weekend and early next week. Following tonight’s cold frontal passage, weak high pressure will try to get us off to a decent start this weekend, but it will be facing long odds as low pressure will head our way from the Lower Mississippi Valley.  Rain is likely to return to the Mid-Atlantic region late in the day tomorrow or early tomorrow night and then continue off and on into Tuesday of next week.  The heaviest rainfall may come in two parts with one period centered on tomorrow night into Sunday morning and then a second phase from late Sunday into Monday.  Residual showers may very well last into the day on Tuesday in the Mid-Atlantic region.

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7:00 AM | **Another soaking rain event is likely from Saturday night into Monday**

Paul Dorian

A cold frontal system will approach the region today and it’ll turn windy and warmer ahead of it with temperatures jumping well into the 70’s this afternoon and there will be scattered showers and thunderstorms. High pressure will try to provide a decent start to the weekend, but a soaking rain event is likely from Saturday night into Monday. The rain during this extended event may come in two waves with the heaviest likely from Saturday night into Sunday morning and then Sunday night into Monday. It will be quite cool during this event as well with temperatures likely doing no better than the 50's for highs on Sunday and Monday.

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7:00 AM | *Cold front raises chances for showers and thunderstorms on Friday...decent weather on Saturday likely gives way to another soaking Sunday rain event*

Paul Dorian

A frontal system continues to meander around the Mid-Atlantic region and this will contribute to some stubborn cloud cover around here and perhaps a shower or two later today and tonight. A cold front will arrive in the region on Friday and it’ll turn warmer ahead of it with temperatures jumping well into the 70’s and there will be scattered PM showers and thunderstorms. High pressure will follow for the first half of the weekend with decent weather expected on Saturday, but more rain is likely in the Mid-Atlantic region from Sunday into Monday as moisture flows this way from the south-central states.

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7:00 AM | *Cooler today following passage of frontal system...Mother's Day looking wet*

Paul Dorian

A cool front passed through the region in the overnight hours and today will turn out cooler with a low-level flow of air from off the Atlantic. This front will meander in the Mid-Atlantic region through tomorrow keeping it somewhat unsettled and then another cold front will arrive on Friday. The late week frontal system is liable to cause showers and thunderstorms as we close out the work week and the weekend is likely to start off on a decent note. However, there are strong signs that point to another possible Sunday washout – somewhat similar to what we experienced last weekend.

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