High pressure setting up over southeast VA will provide sunshine and a pleasantly warmer afternoon today. High pressure moves off of the mid-Atlantic coast tonight and tomorrow as a weakening cool front approaches from the west.
Temperatures, for the most part, will be in the lower or middle 50s. Later Wednesday and especially during the night, the main thrust of the precipitation associated with this push of milder air, or that being caused by […]
Temperatures should reach the mid 50s Friday afternoon, and then will wind up mostly in the 30s Friday night.
Our most recent storm is in “a state of flux” early today, but it is still causing pockets of heavy rainfall across parts of the Northeast and in the mid-Atlantic states.
A much less active day to end the weekend across the Northeast as high pressure filters into the region, and with sunshine temperatures will approach 50 degrees in the afternoon.
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It’s not out of the question that we get snow this early in the season.
The beautiful weekend will roll on with sunshine today and very warm temperatures once more across the Northeast, but changes are on the horizon.
The rain is expected to last through the weekend.
Chance of thunderstorms tomorrow morning or midday as well with high humidity.
A fairly active weather day will be followed by some nice and rather tranquil weather for this weekend, thanks to an area of high pressure moving in behind our latest storm system and cold front.
Showers and thunderstorms appear to be slow to move into the area, so high temperatures were brought up a bit for this afternoon thanks to the extra sun. Showers and thunderstorms that were forecast today may take until the evening hours to reach some places, especially the eastern viewing area.