Colder air is coming this weekend with highs in the 40’s! First, Severe Weather is possible Friday along with heavy rains and winds. There are hints of an early next week snow for MD/No VA/ Pennsylvania if a Coastal happens to form!


Summary: Chicago and just east down to Dallas Texas (Yes Texas.. The big D) are under the gun for a sloppy mix or a big thumping of snow. The front the Low Pressure is riding along will make it to our region Friday and cause heavy rains, high winds and potentially severe weather! Winds being the major threat in severe, but convection “Could” cause some storms to rotate! That could mean isolated tornadoes!

Colder air will be spreading over and holding in place through the the weekend as the front looks like it could stall along the coast! This “MAY” spawn a Low pressure and… well… that could mean snow for Northern VA, Maryland, and Pennsylvania! It is a bit of a far shot, but not as far as I thought it may be at one time!

As model runs come out and I get more Ideas don’t forget to check the Forum! Also, feel free to comment on this Blog down at the bottom of this page!

For now the longer term stays cool with daytime highs in the 40s. There are yet other signs of true Arctic air visiting by next weekend! That is very far away at this point!

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