High pressure fills into the region through the day giving us clear and breezy conditions.
A generally calm and gradually warmer stretch of weather takes us through the middle of this work week. Storms come back into the picture as we go towards the weekend, but it isn't a total wash-out.
An upper level system as well as a cold front will move through the area in the next day, which gives the region the chance of severe thunderstorms this afternoon and evening.
Few showers possible after midnight, but expect showers and thunderstorms early Monday evening.
Mostly to partly sunny skies expected today. Temperatures will reach the upper 70s this afternoon.
High pressure will keep us mostly dry tomorrow other than a slight chance of a spotty shower early tomorrow morning.
A cold front moves through the area today giving some spots the chance of a scattered shower or thunderstorm.
A mainly dry weekend is ahead, with just a small chance for an isolated shower or storm tomorrow. The next work week starts off even warmer, but unsettled weather comes right back as well.
Our soggy and dreary week will come to an end today and we'll finally feel high temps back in the 70's.
A stationary front is still located right off the coast of the Carolinas and will continue to give us rain chances through the morning.
We have one more grey and cool day tomorrow before warmer temperatures finally return. Showers are likely tomorrow, with hit-or-miss showers & storms possible towards the weekend.
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A cold front still remains stationary to our south today, giving us another dreary day.
Cool and dreary weather sticks around for a few more days before we gradually warm up by the weekend. Showers, however, aren't so quick to get out of the region.
A cold front has now transitioned into a stationary front and will give us the chance of rain showers today and tomorrow.
A flash flood watch is in effect for portions of the region through 6am tomorrow. Rain chances persist through much of the extended forecast as well.
A cold front will bring us heavy rain today and a cool down for the middle of the work week.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will linger through the weekend, though neither day is a wash-out. Cooler temperatures take over as we kick off the next work week.
Southerly flow will influence our forecast again, giving us the chance of thunderstorms and temperatures in the 80's...
More hot and humid weather is on the way, with scattered showers and thunderstorms possible through the weekend. The next work week, however, will be a cooler one!
Our stretch of muggy, warm, and unsettled weather continues for the next several days. A break, however, will come around as we start the next work week.
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A cold front still stalls far out to our west, leaving us muggy and warm again today.
A daily chance for showers and thunderstorms will remain with us through the weekend, as will warmth and humidity. A small break in the temperature trend will arrive by Sunday.
Southerly flow brings us warm temperatures today and also the chance of scattered thunderstorms.
The Memorial Day weekend went off without a single hitch in terms of weather, but that all changes in a hurry. A warm and unsettled air mass blankets the region, leaving us with a daily chance for some afternoon/evening thunderstorms.
We stay dry today but humidity will be in the rise into the afternoon keeping us rather muggy today through the rest of the week.
The upcoming Memorial Day weekend remains mainly dry and gradually warmer, but as we get into the next work week, we become hot, humid, and rather unsettled as well.
A cold front passes the area today but only a few spots to the west will see the chance of a shower. A great weekend is ahead of us!
Drier and warmer conditions return just in time for the Memorial Day weekend. As we go into the next work week, however, a combination of heat, humidity, and thunderstorms comes back into the area.
Low pressure will pass south of the area today giving us the chance of scattered showers and cooler temperatures.
A rather dreary day is in store for us tomorrow, but sunnier skies come in just in time for the weekend. We warm up through the start of next week, but thunderstorms may dampen the Memorial Day holiday.
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High pressure will keep us dry, breezy, and cool today, but the chance of rain arrives again on Thursday.
High pressure will move into the 4 State region tonight, keeping us comfortable and mainly dry through Saturday. As we approach Memorial Day, we get warmer again...but we also need to keep an eye on the skies.
A few scattered showers are in the forecast this morning but we'll clear through the afternoon.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will move through the region through tomorrow as a slow moving cold front pushes eastward. High pressure will fill the void, bringing us cooler and drier air through Friday.
We'll see another unsettled day in the 4State with the chance of scattered showers and t'storms.
Several chances for scattered showers and thunderstorms will move through the area between tomorrow and Tuesday. Sunnier weather doesn't come back until the middle of next week.
A warm front skirts around the region today giving us unsettled weather into the weekend.
A warm front will slowly move up and through the region by Friday, giving us a chance for some showers. Thunderstorms are also possible through the weekend, as a warm and unstable air mass arrives in its wake.
High pressure will keep us dry today and temperatures should rise into the low 70's for most locations.
High pressure continues to move to the east, keeping us seasonable and dry. Through the weekend, however, we run the risk for some showers and thunderstorms.
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High pressure continues to move into the region this morning, bringing with it some chilly temperatures.
After a nine day stretch of above average temperatures, we return to average mid-May conditions. We're also mainly dry through Friday, but rain is on the way this weekend.
A cold front will move through the area today, leaving us with cooler conditions through the remainder of the work week.
After a fantastic and warm weekend, we start off equally warm...but a cold front approaches from the west. We may see some unsettled weather tonight, but brighter and eventually cooler weather is on the way.
An upper level disturbance will move into the area by the afternoon, giving us the chance of a few scattered thunderstorms.
It has been four years since the Mid-Atlantic felt an earthquake. Officials describe the risk of the 4State region seeing another earthquake.