10:15 AM | **A potent cold front to produce severe weather threat on Tuesday/Tuesday night in MS/TN Valleys…gusts up to 50 mph in Mid-Atlantic Wednesday/Thursday surrounding the frontal passage** — Arcfield Weather1 min read
Following the passage of the front, winds will shift to a NW direction on Thursday and remain quite strong with gusts likely in the 40-50 mph range in the Mid-Atlantic. Farther to the northeast, winds can gust past 50 mph along the New England coastline into the morning on Thursday as the front reaches that part of the Northeast US. It’ll be noticeably colder on Thursday in the DC-to-Philly-to-NYC corridor with highs likely in the 40-45 degree range following the near 60 degrees expected on Wednesday afternoon. It remains quite chilly on Friday as well , but a warm up is coming this weekend.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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