Mid Atlantic Weather Outlook Thursday November 2, 2007 – #midatlwx #vawx #ncwx #wvwx #mdwx

Mid Atlantic Weather outlook for the DC, Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina Areas

We will see temperature is warming today well into the 60s and 70s. Temperatures will remain warm tomorrow but there will be some increasing clouds especially in the north as a front and easterly flow sets up to cause a cloudy weekend with rain showers in southern Virginia and North Carolina. Temperatures in the north will be knocked down into the upper 50s to lower 60s on Saturday, but all areas will warm nicely on Sunday back up into the 60s and 70s and maybe even low 80s in the far south as the front is pushed back north and spreads more showers north. The storm system approaches rain chances increase on Monday and the system becomes “hung up” in the region providing a chance of showers daily through at least Wednesday of next week. Temperatures will remain in the 60s and even 70s in the south. Long range forecast still appears to show about normal temperatures.

Highs and Lows Novermber 2nd

Rain the next three days:

Rain through Saturday


Rain through next 7 days:

Rain next 7 days

Weather map the next three days:


Long range Temperature Forecast

Long Range Temperatures Issued November 1st