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7:00 AM | *70 degrees on the table for this afternoon*

Paul Dorian

It’ll turn very mild today across northern Alabama with partly sunny skies and temperatures near the 70 degree mark for afternoon highs. This warming trend will intensify a bit on Thursday as we’ll likely climb into the 70’s ahead of the next cold front, but with the warm up will come an increasing chance for showers and thunderstorms. Following a late week frontal passage, it’ll turn cooler for Friday and for the upcoming weekend, but rain-free conditions should prevail.

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7:15 AM | *The “Storm of the Century” March 12-14, 1993*

Paul Dorian

The winter of 1992-1993 was not bad at all in the Mid-Atlantic region in terms of cold and snow, but one storm at the end of the season will put that particular winter in the history books forever.  One of the most intense storms ever observed in the eastern US took place from March 12-14, 1993 and it will be forever known as the “Storm of the Century”.  This intense storm generated tremendous snowfall totals from Alabama through Maine, high winds all along the east coast, extreme coastal flooding along the Florida west coast and incredibly low barometric pressures across the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions.  The aftermath of the “Storm of the Century” was unseasonably cold and broke records in many spots for the middle of March.  To this day, the storm also known as the “Superstorm of 1993” ranks among the deadliest and most costly weather events in US history.

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7:00 AM | *Noticeably colder today, but it turns milder again later this week ahead of the next cold frontal system*

Paul Dorian

Colder air moved into the region late Monday and today will turn out to be a brisk and somewhat colder-than-normal day in the Philly metro region. After a clear and cold night, clouds will increase here later tomorrow and then it'll turn even milder on Thursday with a shower threat by nightfall. Showers are likely on Friday just ahead of a cold frontal passage with temperatures likely well up in the 60's and an isolated thunderstorm is on the table. The weekend looks dry from this vantage point, but it’ll turn colder following the late week passage of a cold frontal system.

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7:00 AM | *Colder today, but it turns milder again later in the week ahead of the next cold front*

Paul Dorian

Colder air moved into the region late Monday and today will turn out to be a brisk and somewhat colder-than-normal day in the DC metro region. After a clear and cold night, clouds will increase here tomorrow and then it'll turn even milder on Thursday with a shower threat by nightfall. Showers are likely on Friday just ahead of a cold frontal passage with temperatures likely well up in the 60's and an isolated thunderstorm is on the table. The weekend looks dry from this vantage point, but it’ll turn colder following the late week passage of a cold frontal system.

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7:00 AM | Milder today and even warmer next couple days ahead of late week approach of next cold front

Paul Dorian

It’ll turn milder today across northern Alabama with partly sunny skies and temperatures well up in the 60’s during the afternoon. This warming trend will intensify at mid-week and we’ll likely reach into the 70’s on Thursday ahead of the next cold front, but with the warm up will come an increasing chance for showers and thunderstorms. Following a late week frontal passage, it’ll turn cooler for Friday and the upcoming weekend, and rain-free conditions should prevail.

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7:00 AM | *Colder today, but it'll turn milder later this week ahead of the next cold front*

Paul Dorian

Colder air moved into the region late Monday and today will turn out to be a brisk and somewhat colder-than-normal day in the NYC metro region. After a clear and cold night, clouds will increase here later tomorrow and then it'll turn even milder on Thursday with a shower threat by nightfall. Showers are likely on Friday just ahead of a cold frontal passage with temperatures likely well up in the 60's and an isolated thunderstorm is on the table. The weekend looks dry from this vantage point, but it’ll turn colder following the late week passage of a cold frontal system.

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7:00 AM | A warm week across central Florida with plenty of sunshine

Paul Dorian

An upper-level ridge has set up shop this week over the eastern US and the remainder of the week looks quite nice across central Florida with warmth each day and plenty of sunshine. A frontal system will arrive by the early part of the weekend and will increase chances for showers and thunderstorms for Saturday and then it’ll turn cooler at the beginning of next week.

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1:15 PM | **Powerhouse storm in nation’s midsection at mid-week**

Paul Dorian

All the ingredients are coming together for a powerful storm system to be located in the middle of the country at mid-week.  This storm will have wide ranging impacts from heavy snow to its north and west and potential severe weather in its warm sector to the south and east of the low pressure center along with hurricane-force winds.  The central pressure of this storm system is likely to bottom out near 972 mb (28.70 inches) late Wednesday which could very well set some low pressure records in that part of the country.

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7:00 AM | *The lower 80's to start the new work week*

Paul Dorian

An upper-level ridge will set up shop this week over the eastern US and will result in warm weather across the Florida Peninsula and increasing winds for much of the second half of the week. High temperatures should surpass the 80 degree mark this afternoon and hold well up in the 70’s for the remainder of the new week.

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7:00 AM | *A mild week, but wet at times as well*

Paul Dorian

Surface high pressure will build into the region today, but there will still be plenty of clouds around and from a disturbance sliding west-to-east in zonal flow aloft. As the high intensifies aloft over the next few days, our surface temperatures will tend to increase and reach the 70 degree mark for highs by mid-week. Additional disturbances in the upper atmosphere will keep us unsettled for the second half of the week and there can be chances for showers and thunderstorms.

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