HEADING INTO TONIGHT
Winds set up out of the west behind a departing frontal system and become gusty. Temperatures will fall into the 30s this evening then to the 20s by morning under partly cloudy skies.
A RETURN TO THE FREEZE
Wednesday will be cold with northwesterly gusty cold winds and limited sunshine due to the clouds. Highs will struggle to reach the low 30s but will feel more like the teens and 20s.
High pressure builds in late towards evening helping to calm the winds and clear the skies. This will lead to a very cold night with lows dropping into the teens to near 20 for Thursday morning. Plenty of sunshine and but still cold with highs only in the mid 30s.
ANOTHER COMPLEX SYSTEM
Another frontal boundary and developing low pressure along the Carolina coast early Friday will bring the chance for a mix and keep things unsettled into the start of the weekend. Right now the temperature profile supports all types of precipitation but milder air should move in for Saturday changing any mix over to all rain. Highs Friday remain in the 30s but get into the low 40s Saturday.
High pressure returns for Sunday and part of Monday before yet another system rides in for Tuesday.
CONVEYOR BELT OF STORMS
It appears there will be a train of systems riding along the jet stream which will bring them into the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast the next 7days. Temperatures will continue marginal giving us the possibility for all types of precipitation from a wintry mix to plain rain.
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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