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Forecast Last Updated at Monday, November 28, 2022 at 4:46PM
Some Lingering Clouds; Cooler
We’re left in a brisk NW flow with cooler temperatures and lingering clouds behind this morning’s frontal passage. Clouds increase again late Tuesday, and rain arrives late Tuesday night lasting into Wednesday. Thunder could accompany this next round of precipitation. Colder air arrives in the PM hours Wednesday.
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Hi: 46 Lo: 32
Scattered clouds; NW wind 5-15 mph, diminishing late
Hi: 49 Lo: 41
Increasing PM clouds; Rain arriving late Tue. night with thunder possible; South wind 5-15 mph
Hi: 51 Lo: 21
AM rain with thunder possible; Rain tapers off in the afternoon; Turning colder in the afternoon & overnight; South wind 5-15 mph & gusty, becoming NW 10-20 mph in the afternoon with gusts to 45 mph Wed. night
Hi: 41 Lo: 22
Clear; Rather cold
Hi: 46 Lo: 34
Increasing PM clouds; Cool temperatures
Saturday - Mostly cloudy; A PM shower or two possible; High in the lower 50s; Low in the upper 30s
Sunday - Mostly cloudy day; Overcast Sun. night with rain returning; High in the lower 50s; Low in the upper 30s
The United States is in a fast flow from west to east; so, whatever weather we have will not last long this week.
A front passed through early this morning. We are in a brisk flow from the northwest with lots of clouds that linger into tonight.
Cool high pressure will be in the Mid-Atlantic Tuesday. Expect early sun but increasing clouds in the PM. Temperatures will be near seasonal averages.
The next front from the west arrives Wednesday morning. Rain develops late Tuesday night continuing into Wednesday. Rain tapers off quickly in the afternoon and skies clear Wednesday night. Colder air arrives during the PM hours Wednesday leading to a cold night.
The next high pressure is a bit colder and gets two days in control of our weather. Thursday is clear and rather cold. Friday is cool with increasing PM clouds.
A front from the north settles into our region this weekend and will hang close through early next week. We will have a few showers with the initial frontal passage Saturday afternoon and evening. Then a secondary surge of moisture from the southwest arrives late Sunday night lasting into Monday.
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