As the high pressure system shifts to a position over the western Atlantic Ocean, this broad southwesterly flow of air on its backside will extend into the eastern states and temperatures will be off to the races in the Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday time frame. In fact, by the middle of next week high temperatures in much of the I-95 corridor are likely to be in the 60’s and 70 degrees is on the table in places like the DC metro region. The significant warm up will continue into the latter stages of next week, but a cold front may end the spring tease by the end of the next week as it can usher in a colder air mass. In fact, there are numerous signs that by the time we get to the middle of the month, a colder pattern is likely to return to the Mid-Atlantic/NE US and there may even a close call or two with regards to snow during the second half of March.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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