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Looking at the surface map we see a cold front moving through the region this morning as an area of low pressure moves through Ontario towards Labrador.
Following yesterday’s rainfall, we will be moving closer to fall over the next couple of days.
Gonzalo, now a monster category 4 hurricane in the Atlantic, is packing maximum sustained winds around 145 mph as per the 11 a.m. update from the National Hurricane Center.
Throughout the entire region, most temperatures this afternoon will still manage to reach the upper 60s and lower 70s, even though clouds will only be breaking for limited sunshine.
There is a tremendous amount of warm and humid air along the Atlantic Seaboard this morning, and its just waiting to be tapped into by a potent cold front approaching from the west.
A flood watch is in effect from 10 a.m. through this evening for portions of Maryland.
As a warm front slowly lifts north of the region, we will continue to deal wiLl plenty of clouds & limited sunshine.
While this Monday will probably be every bit as mild, if not a few degrees warmer than Sunday, there will also be considerable clouds and a couple of widely-separated showers around.
High pressure centered over the mid-Atlantic will continue to build east of the region into tonight as a slow moving frontal system approaches from the west.
Looking at current surface map we have high pressure over the Mid-Atlantic and a stationary boundary across the Carolinas which wraps around the Appalachian mountains into the TN Valley.
We have a stationary boundary across southern VA stretching back into the Tennessee Valley.