October 4, 2023

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11:15 AM | *Strong high pressure will be in control in the Mid-Atlantic/NE US for the next several days and that is to include the long holiday weekend…comfortable summer season ends on a nice note* — Arcfield Weather

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Over the weekend, the high pressure system will migrate to the east coast and very warm air on its back side will push northeastward from the south-central US to the Great Lakes region. In fact, weak southerly flow of air will likely develop in the Mid-Atlantic/NE US by the second half of the upcoming weekend and temperatures will respond by climbing to noticeably warmer levels by Sunday afternoon. On Monday (Labor Day) and Tuesday, it’ll turn very warm in the northeastern states with high temperatures of 90+ degrees likely in the DC-to-Philly-to-NYC corridor.  With high pressure still in control, sunshine and rain-free conditions are likely to persist early next week in the Mid-Atlantic/NE US to go along with those expected warmer-than-normal temperatures.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

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Paul Dorian

2023-08-30 15:06:57

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