December 4, 2022

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1:15 PM | *An impressive chill today in the Mid-Atlantic region and additional chilly air masses are on the way* — Arcfield Weather

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Not only has it been quite wet and windy in recent days in the Mid-Atlantic region, it has also been unusually chilly for the early part of October.  Climatological averages today for high temperatures in the I-95 corridor range from 70 degrees in Central Park in New York City to 72 degrees at Philly Intl Airport and 74 degrees at Reagan National Airport in Washington, D.C.  We won’t come anywhere close to those averages later today with most places some 20 degrees below-normal for the 4th of October and some spots may record their lowest maximum temperature for the date. For example, in Philly the lowest maximum temperature for October 4th is 55 degrees and noontime temperatures were only 50 degrees at PHL Airport with little chance for much improvement this afternoon.  Also at noontime, temperatures were way below-normal in Washington, D.C. and Central Park with readings of 52 degrees at both places.

Looking ahead, it looks like additional chilly air masses are destined to push from central Canada into the northeastern states as we progress through the month of October.  The next shot of chilly air will arrive here for the upcoming weekend following the passage of a strong cold front on Friday.  Another chilly air mass could follow by the middle of the month and yet another shortly after that as upper-level troughing will be quite persistent in the northeastern states during the next few weeks. 

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

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Paul Dorian

2022-10-04 17:06:57

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