Blue skies will span for miles as high pressure keeps clouds at bay through the evening. Temperatures will fall through the 20s to the upper teens. Winds will lighten up but wind chills will still be running in the teens.
Clouds will fill in by morning especially along our southern counties as an area of low pressure develops along the coast. We may even see a few flakes fly along the Maryland Pennsylvania line. Shouldn’t be a big deal but if you are traveling to Maryland, you may see a light coating of snow if the storm tracks further north and west. Lows will be very cold and well below average in the low teens. Despite the clouds thinning as high pressure builds in and skies brightening, highs will only warm to the middle 20s. The upside, winds will be light. Clear skies to start heading into Thursday will lead to another cold night down to the upper teens to near 20.
We’ll see a few clouds drift in and mix with sunshine through the day Thursday but more sunshine than clouds expected and dry weather looks to continue. Highs will climb to the low 30s. Our next frontal system arrives early Friday bringing mainly clouds with it as most of the dynamics and precipitation chance lies well north. Morning lows will not be as cold in the low 20s with the clouds and they should clear out bringing mostly sunny skies by afternoon and highs in the mid 30s. Over the weekend, we start out again under clear and cold conditions Saturday morning with lows in the upper teens. Highs will be seasonal in the upper 30s. Sunday, we are looking at a boost in temperatures to the low to mid 40s with milder flow out of the west ahead of our next system. Right now very little moisture is associated with the front so it looks to produce nothing more than clouds later in the afternoon and evening. Martin Lutheran King Jr. Day is looking dry with morning clouds and a sunny afternoon. Highs in the upper 30s but much colder air returns for Tuesday with lows back to the teens and highs only in the low 30s despite mostly sunny skies.
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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