Although the recent satellite imagery is still showing that there are some high clouds around the mid-Atlantic region, we expect the balance of Thursday to be dry and seasonably chilly. A high pressure system located in the Eastern Region is going to be drifting off shore Thursday night, and there should be sunshine, some clouds and a chilly wind Friday.
Although a wave of low pressure in the Great Lakes region Thursday and Friday will be headed to the east, most of its clouds and all of its precipitation will be occurring well to the north and west.
Winds out of the west Friday will probably pick up a bit, gusting as high as 25 mph in the afternoon with most temperatures close to 40. Much like the most recent outbreak of cold air, the next reinforcing shot will be felt the most across upstate New York and in northern New England on Friday night and Saturday. Conversely, most temperatures along the I-95 corridor between Connecticut and Maryland will either be the same, or a few degrees higher.
As the next cold front approaches the area from the west on Sunday, clouds may be a little more widespread than what we’re bargaining for right now, but it will probably still be dry around here.
After temperatures reach the mid 40s on Sunday, it will probably become even milder by the middle of next week. There are still no major storms on the horizon during the next 5-7 days.
Have a good day!!!