As a result, rain will develop on Thursday and continue into Thursday night and some of it can be moderate-to-heavy at times. As the surface low shifts to a position off the Mid-Atlantic coastline late Thursday night into early Friday, colder air will tend to wrap into the system from the northwest and this can result in a brief changeover to snow; especially, across interior higher elevations of the Mid-Atlantic/Northeast US…something to monitor over the next couple of days. Strong high pressure will push into southeastern Canada by the end of the work week and it’ll act as the source for some cold air potentially causing a changeover to snow in some locations. This cold air mass will stick around into the early part of the weekend across the Mid-Atlantic/Northeast US.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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