Stephanie's Saturday Evening Forecast 8/23/14

A cold front will finally exit the region tonight, and as high pressure builds in behind it from the north, we’ll see most of our showers clear out by midnight.  The high pressure stalls across the Mid-Atlantic States until the middle of next week, until a new disturbance moves into the 4State by Friday with showers and thunderstorms into the weekend. 


Tonight:  A few showers remaining, most precipitation ending by midnight.  Low:  60. 


Sunday:  High pressure moves in from Canada bringing us dry weather and cooler temperatures.  High:  80,  Low:  58. 


Monday:  Calm and pleasant with sunshine. High:  80,  Low:  56. 


Tuesday:  Nice weather continues with lots of sun!  High:  83,  Low:  60. 


Wednesday:  Mostly sunny and warmer.  High:  87,  Low:  65. 


Thursday:  Partly sunny. High:  86,  Low:  64.


Friday:  Showers and thunderstorms possible, partly sunny.  High:  83, Low:  63.


Saturday:  Partly sunny with a chance of thunderstorms.  High:  85,  Low:  62.    


--Meteorologist Stephanie Sine

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