Quiet Weather Through the Weekend & Into Next Week, Storm Moves Across Deep South Early Next Week

Quiet Weather Through the Weekend & Into Next Week,

Storm Moves Across Deep South Early Next Week

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Quiet Weather Through the Weekend & Into Next Week,

Storm Moves Across Deep South Early Next Week

We have made it to the start of February and we will start the month on the quiet side. Low pressure is offshore east of North Carolina and moving east. We have a cold front that will be approaching and moving through tonight. When it passes there could be a shower or two. However overall today we will have clouds and some sunshine. Highs this afternoon will be in the mid to upper 40s. Radars for now are on the quiet side but they will pick up a little this afternoon as the fornt moves south across New York and New England.

SATELLITE WITH LIGHTNING STRIKES

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WEATHER RADAR

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Following the frontal passage we will see drier and slightly colder air for Friday and the Weekend. A storm forms offshore Friday and heads east and is of no consequence. Another storm coming into California will move across the Deep South & Gulf States over the weekend and early next week. However this storm will also have no consequence to our weather here as it tracks well to the south off the Southeast US coast and then runs up the coast but well offshore early next week.

This leaves us with decent weather Friday and through the weekend. Look for sunshine Friday across Eastern Pennsylvania to Southern New England. There will also be some passing clouds. Highs will be in the 40s. Saturday and Sunday we should see some sunshine both days. Highs will be in the upper 30s and lower 40s Saturday and in the low to middle 40s Sunday. Next week we see the low moving off the Southeast Coast and tracking well offshore and that will likely keep things dry and seasonal with no precipiation for much if not all f next week.

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