Tuesday December 8 2020
Temperatures have been running just a little below average and the wind today may make it feel colder. We have one more push of cold air, then we turn the corner and warm up a lot this weekend as the next storm tracks west of us. This will once again be followed by another cold shot to start next week.
Overall this pattern looks active for the next two weeks, and we will gradually turn colder.
Tuesday Morning Weather
Afternoon High Temperatures
There may be some flurries in the counties along the Maryland and Pennsylvania border Wednesday morning. I am tracking this for ambiance and academic purposes (to see if the model error verifies farther south/east).
The warm up brings us to near 60ºF this weekend. We often end up warmer than initially forecast in patterns like this. So expecting ’60s’ this weekend is a safe call.
We will get rain, but it will not dominate the entire time. The cool down that follows brings us back to near normal cold next week.
Jet Stream Pattern
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