As this surface low strengthens along the coast early this weekend, an onshore flow of air will develop (low-level northeasterly winds) and temperatures will tend to drop to well-below normal levels (sound familiar). In addition to the cool down, the storm’s precipitation field is likely to blossom raising the possibility of a soaking rainfall on Saturday in much of the Mid-Atlantic region. With the slow departure of the upper-level low, the rain and cool temperatures are likely to hang on for awhile well into the day on Sunday across much of the DC-to-Philly-to-NYC corridor. After that – and as has been the pattern in recent weeks – the weather will slowly improve during the early part of the new work week….we’ll see what the weekend of the 21st/22nd brings to the Mid-Atlantic/Northeast US.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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