Most temperatures will be in the 70s this afternoon, although some places will return to the 80s once again.
Much of the viewing area is dry as the system from yesterday exits to the northeast. Skies should be mixed with some clouds and sunshine today on the northern edge of a high over the Southeast.
The Northeast will stay dry and comfortable Friday as high pressure stationed over eastern Canada will allow for this quiet weather to continue one more day.
The regional radar mosaic is showing the bulk of it right now spreading out across eastern portions of the Ohio Valley into western Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
High pressure located over southeastern Canada is pushing some very chilly air into the mid-Atlantic region. You’ll notice it the minute you step outside early Thursday morning and pretty much throughout the entire day.
Dry weather will prevail over the next few days, but it’ll also be colder than what many of us have grown accustomed to lately. Temperatures will be no higher than the mid-40s Thursday, Friday and during the upcoming weekend, but there should also be no less than partial sunshine.
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