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Today's Forecast Updated Tuesday at 6:34 PM
Pleasant evening but clouds increase tomorrow with a shot for much needed rain...
- Partly Cloudy, Cooling Off
- Temperatures: 60s-50s
- Wind: N/NE 5
- Tomorrow AM:
- Partly Cloudy, Chilly
- Temperatures: 40s/50
- Wind: NE 5
- Tomorrow Afternoon:
- Mostly Cloudy, Showers Possible
- Highs: Low 70s
- Precipitation: 50% Chance
High pressure is well established across the mid- Atlantic States and has provided another beautiful September day. But the high will be moving out tomorrow as an area of low pressure consolidates off the Southeast Atlantic Coast and then moves northward. As a result, we expect to see increasing cloudiness tomorrow with a chance of rain developing during the afternoon and continuing tomorrow night and into the day on Thursday.
There continues to be some computer model disagreement on the location and intensity of the rainfall. Our best estimate is for the rain to begin tomorrow afternoon and continue at times, through mid-day Thursday. At the moment, we believe the heaviest rain will fall east and southeast of the I-95 corridor…with the possibility of heavy rain closer to the Atlantic Coast. Skies will slowly clear Thursday night. A new area of high pressure will rebuild over the area on Friday and continue through the weekend and into next week. Warmer temperatures will arrive over the weekend, as well.
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