1:00 PM | *Father’s Day weekend shaping up to be quite nice in the Mid-Atlantic region…likely to get quite a bit warmer by the middle of next week* — Arcfield Weather2 min read
Today has been an active weather day in the Mid-Atlantic region and there will be more shower and thunderstorm activity later in the week with the arrival of the next cold front. The timing of the next cold front could turn out to be perfect as it likely clears the way for a very nice June weekend in the Mid-Atlantic region with very comfortable temperatures for this time of year. Looking ahead, an intense heat wave is likely to develop during the first half of next week from the nation’s mid-section to the southeastern states and some of this heat may expand to the Mid-Atlantic region by mid-week.
The Mid-Atlantic region has enjoyed several comfortable air masses this spring season, but many of them have arrived during the work week. The next comfortable air mass coming to this area may turn out to be perfectly timed with the potential for a very nice Saturday and Sunday (Father’s Day) on the table. A cold front will push into the region later in the week and it is likely to bring with it another round of showers and thunderstorms on Thursday and Thursday night. In fact, there is a chance that some of these storms later in the week are quite strong – something we’ll keep an eye on over the next couple of days. Once the front clears the coast, high pressure will push into the Mid-Atlantic – just in time for the upcoming weekend – and so will a very comfortable air mass.
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