Mild through Friday, but by this weekend, turning much colder and a winter storm develops Sunday. Weak high pressure will hold over the Mid-Atlantic the next several days, this in conjunction with the jet stream moving north, will allow for a milder push of air on south and southwest winds. By Later Thursday into Friday, rain chances will increase, ahead of a slow moving arctic cold front. This front will cross the region Friday into Saturday morning, and our temperatures will begin to fall. As cold, dry air is in place by Saturday night and Sunday, moisture will increase from the south, with a developing storm. At this time, a wintry icy mix looks to unfold across the region as we move into Sunday. The cold air will lock in across the region and we are likely to see a mix of snow and sleet to start, but then becoming a mostly freezing rain event. This storm could make for possible power outages and travel disruptions on Sunday. Stay tuned!
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, breezy, quite mild, highs 65-70, late night showers. Friday: Cloudy, showers, breezy, mild, highs 57-63. Saturday: Mostly cloudy, colder, highs 42-46. Sunday: Cloudy, wintry mix of snow, sleet, freezing rain, and rain, cold, highs 30-35.