Snow Never Makes It North of Virginia Cold Dry Through Friday Warmer Dry Weekend
The ultimate slap in the face for snow lovers will be accumulating snows for North Carolina and Southeastern Virginia with not so much as a flake or an ice pellet for Eastern Pennsylvania to Southern New England. This remains the forecast as snow will pass well south and east of us with no issues. The clouds rain and fog of yesterday and last night are long gone. We can revel in improving weather conditions today with sunshine and a few passing clouds with highs in the 40s.
Radar shows most of the rain offshore except down in North Carolina and Southeast Virginia as that area sets up for snow on Thursday. Local radars are about to go on hiatus for awhile.
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Tonight will be clear and colder with lows in the teens and lower 20s. Thursday we will see sunshine with perhaps some high clouds with highs just into the 30s. Another cold night comes our way Thursday night with most lows in the teens to near 20 by Friday morning. Friday look for another cold day with some sunshine. Highs will be in the low to mid 30s.
Saturday starts the warm up with high pressure to our south and a west wind so we should see sunshine take temperatures well up into the 40s. Sunday will be a little warmer as we should see highs into the 50s in many locations with at least some sunshine.
Monday will finally bring and end to the dry conditions as the next storm system moves out of the Plains and heads to the Ohio Valley. Look for increasing clouds Monday with maybe some rain late in the day or Monday. Obviously there is no cold air left around so snow isn’t even an issue inland. At least the weather will be rain free with little doom and gloom around for the rest of the week and the weekend so enjoy the sunshine.
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