January 26, 2023

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10:45 AM | ***Active pattern brings next storm to the Mid-Atlantic region at mid-week…accumulating snow at the onset in parts of the area*** — Arcfield Weather

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By later Wednesday, as the primary low pressure system heads toward the Great Lakes, enough mild air will push into the I-95 corridor to cause a changeover to plain rain throughout the DC, Philly and NYC metro regions and some of the late day and nighttime rain can fall heavily at times. Behind the storm, NW winds will increase in strength on Thursday and a chilly air mass will push in from the Great Lakes and stick around until the weekend. Looking ahead, it certainly appears that widespread colder-than-normal air will push into the northern US from central Canada and very likely spread all the way to the Mid-Atlantic region later this month and into early February.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Arcfield
arcfieldweather.com

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