Another cold front will enter the region tomorrow, yet temperatures will not be affected and precipitation will remain north of the region.
Winds chill will return to the single digits this evening.
Arctic high pressure takes over the Eastern U.S. this morning and will keep the 4State cold today.
WIND CHILL ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM THIS EVENING TO 8 AM EST THURSDAY..
Cold high pressure gives the 4State and most of the NE wind chills in the teens to single digits today.
Cold high pressure quickly builds in after the clipper moves out and we are left very chilly for the next few days. Some spots could see some flurries Wednesday morning, but we'll be sunny and dry for the rest of the week into the weekend. Our main concern will be Wednesday/Wednesday night wind chills with strong winds and low temperatures into the single digits possible.
Snow showers will continue this morning and begin to taper by the afternoon.
A clipper system is on the way to the 4State tonight into Tuesday with a few spots seeing a dusting to a few inches of snowfall.
Gusty and chilly start to the work week.
Showers linger in the region until early afternoon.
Showers persist until midnight. Patchy fog after midnight.
Freezing rain/sleet mix this morning. Rain showers this afternoon.
Today will remain partly sunny and unseasonably warm. Freezing rain enters the region Saturday morning.
High pressure moves out of the region today and tonight and we're in for freezing rain tomorrow morning.
Sunshine and seasonable temperatures today and tomorrow.
High pressure keeps us bright and dry today with high temperatures around average.
It's going to be a cold New Year's Eve as high pressure continues to move into the region. Wind chills will be in the 20's today and teens/sing digits tonight.
High pressure begins to fill into the Mid-Atlantic today, leaving us with cold temperatures and gusty winds for the New Year's holiday.
A cold front to our South will bring in some clouds and scattered showers today and we start to get cold for the New Year's holiday.
Mostly cloudy and mild with a chance of showers.
Sunshine sticks around for most of the weekend, yet rain is on the way for Sunday.
High pressure will dominate our weather for the next two days. Friday and Saturday will be sunny and pleasant with temperatures in the low to mid 50's. Rain returns Sunday and Monday with cooler temperatures next week.
It's going to be a soggy day across the 4State with many spots receiving above an inch of rain.
Low pressure from the South continues to move northeast today while another area of strong low pressure moves into the region late tonight. Expect some drizzle and grey conditions today with high temperatures in low 40's.
Tuesday morning will be foggy with patches of drizzle, but we'll have a brief period of drier conditions before a heavy round of rain arrives after midnight tonight.
Low pressure travels up the Atlantic Coast today, bringing us a few showers and even some freezing rain in some spots.
Off to a clear and chilly start, yet temperatures and clouds will increase this afternoon.
Cool and breezy Friday afternoon, with a chilly night ahead.
Today, we will remain mostly cloudy, chilly, and breezy.
Patchy fog this morning, and gust conditions on the way.
Meteorologist Alan Auglis says it will be mild to start off the week with some showers on Tuesday.
Mostly cloudy day with some western areas waking up to fog this morning.
Sunshine creeping into the region this afternoon. Lots of sunshine this weekend.
The coastal low pressure system that gave us an icy day on Tuesday has moved to the NE and transformed into a Nor'Easter...
Coastal low pressure that's now turning into a Nor'Easter will push NE away from the region today...
A redeveloping low pressure system will travel up the coast today, bringing us wintry mix and rain tonight into Tuesday morning.
Sunny day today, with cool and breezy conditions.
Showers taper off this evening. Sunday is looking dry and sunny.
An upper level disturbance will bring moisture into the region today and showers will flow right into Saturday.
High pressure will briefly keep us dry today, but rain arrives after midnight.
High pressure builds into the region this afternoon..
Cold air will try to filter into the region today, giving us the chance of a wintry mix for most of the day.
The first day of December will be mild but cold air will funnel in tonight...
Mild evening, and temperatures will hit the 50s before the cold front passes.
Snow flurries will taper off by noon. Sunshine returns to the region.
Warmer temperatures today will melt some of the snow away in the afternoon. Tonight, watch out for icy roads.
It snowed most of the day across the four-state area on Wednesday, and viewers have been sending us pictures of the snow in their area.
The snowstorm on Wednesday dropped several inches of snow across the four-state region. However, temperatures falling into the upper 20's may result in icy roadways.
The coastal low pressure system will continue to flow into the 4State today.
We're high and dry on Tuesday but it's the calm before the storm that arrives after midnight tonight.