Frigid start to the weekend

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It will be a blustery, cold Friday evening so bundle up before you make your way out Winds will ease up overnight but remain gusty for the next several hours. Temperatures will fall out of the 30s to the low 20s but feel more like the 20s and teens. High pressure building in brings drier air and clears our skies setting up a very cold night across the state.

Evening Hour by Hour
Morning lows will be frigid in the middle teens under blue skies. A light breeze out of the north will add to the cold.

Out The Door

The sun will be bright for the entire day and winds will pick up again but out of the south which helps to boost our temperatures late in the day to the low 30s. It won’t be as cold overnight as the clouds start to build back in ahead of our next system. Lows will only dip to the mid and upper 20s.

NE High Temps
A weak clipper approaching form the west will help to shift the winds and bring in milder air. An area of low pressure developing along the coast will bring heavy rain to the Delmarva and may bring showers to us, especially the eastern counties. Highs will warm to the low 40s. The front helps to lift the low further east keeping the brunt of the precipitation out of the area. Colder air returns for Monday and much of the week, although, it won’t be as cold as it was this week. There will be a weak clipper Tuesday night that may produce a few flurries but not much more. It will be followed by another shot of colder air for midweek.

Have a relaxing weekend everyone!
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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