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7:00 AM | *Still chilly today, but a warming trend begins today*

Paul Dorian

The big weather story this week is the widespread Arctic air outbreak that has dropped temperatures to well below-normal levels in the Tennessee Valley. Temperatures around here will be well below normal for another day, but a warming trend will begin on Thursday. In fact, by late in the week and this weekend, temperatures will again reach the mid 60’s, but with the warm up will come an increased chance of showers and thunderstorms.

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7:00 AM | *Unusual cold wave for early March dominates next few days*

Paul Dorian

The big weather story this week will is the widespread Arctic air outbreak that has dropped temperatures to well below-normal levels across the eastern half of the nation. Temperatures here today will be confined to the 40 degree mark for highs and the lows late tonight will approach the 20 degree mark some twenty degrees above the normal low for this time of year.

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7:00 AM | *Arctic cold for much of the week across the nation*

Paul Dorian

The big weather story this week will be the widespread Arctic air outbreak that will result in much of the eastern 2/3rds of the nation being way below normal for the early part of March. Temperatures here will be confined to the upper 30’s today for highs and the lows over the next couple of nights will bottom out near 20 degrees across much of the region.

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7:00 AM | *Colder-than-normal next week for much of the nation*

Paul Dorian

A big change to colder is coming to much of the nation as we push into the early part of the month of March. After a couple of days of mild weather and occasional showers and thunderstorms, colder air will begin dropping southeastward across the Plains. This cold air mass for this time of year will make its way into the Tennessee Valley by the early part of next week. As a result, the first half of next week is liable to feature high temperatures in the 40’s at best and 30’s at worst and snow showers are on the table.

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7:00 AM | *Enjoy the mild conditions next few day as much colder-than-normal air floods the nation next week*

Paul Dorian

A big change to colder is coming to much of the nation as we push into the early part of the month of March. After a couple of days of mild weather and occasional showers, colder air will begin dropping southeastward across the Plains. This cold air mass for this time of year will makes its way into the Tennessee Valley by the early part of next week. As a result, the first half of next week is liable to feature high temperatures in the 40’s and snow showers are on the table.

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12:15 PM | **March to come in like a lion…a cold lion…much of the nation to be colder-than-normal next week…snow threat in Mid-Atlantic late Thursday night/early Friday...another threat late Sunday**

Paul Dorian

March may come in like a lion…a cold lion…as about 2/3rds of the nation will be well below normal for early March with the cold wave extending from the Rockies to the New England coastline and to the Gulf coast.  In addition, the calendar turn from February to March will be accompanied by an active weather pattern with multiple waves of energy and an accumulating snow threat in the I-95 corridor late tomorrow night/early Friday and another wintry event possible late in the weekend.

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7:00 AM | Unsettled pattern continues in the Tennessee Valley

Paul Dorian

Drier air in the upper part of the atmosphere will result in a nice day today across the Tennessee Valley. However, another system will swing out of the Rockies later today and arrive here by early tomorrow increasing the chance for showers and thunderstorms. Rain chances will diminish tomorrow night as the system heads towards the east coast. Much colder air will arrive in the Tennessee Valley this weekend and the first week of March looks to be well below normal in much of the nation.

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7:00 AM | On the way back to a wetter pattern after a short break in the action

Paul Dorian

After a break in the action from the recent wet weather pattern to start the new week, clouds will increase today and the threat for showers will return later tonight and continue for the next few days in the Tennessee Valley. To go along with the increasing chance of showers, it’ll turn quite mild with highs not far from 65 degrees during the next few days. A cooling trend will begin early this weekend and then a strong cold frontal passage will bring very chilly air for early March to the Tennessee Valley later in the weekend and for the early part of next week.

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7:00 AM | A bit of a break in the wet pattern next few days

Paul Dorian

A strong upper-level ridge of high pressure will build into the region early this week from the Northern Plains. This system will lead to rather seasonable conditions in the Tennessee Valley and a generally quiet weather pattern for the first half of the week. Later in the week, surface high pressure will move to the east allowing for a return flow of more humid air and an increase chance for showers.

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10:30 AM (Saturday) | ***Explosive intensification of low pressure to have major ramifications across a wide part of the nation including potentially damaging wind gusts in the Mid-Atlantic region***

Paul Dorian

Mid-Atlantic/Northeast US/Midwest: A storm that has already been a news making event in the Southwest US for its unusual snowfall will undergo explosive intensification this weekend and continue to make news as it’ll have major ramifications across much of the rest of the nation.  Low pressure is heading northeastward today from the southern Plains and towards the Great Lakes and it will generate blizzard conditions all along the way.  This system has the potential to strengthen over a 36-hour period from around 999 millibars this morning to near 971 millibars by late Sunday and it can result in monthly record low pressure readings in parts of the Great Lakes region.

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