7:00 AM | The watch continues for potential major weather event early next week

6-Day Forecast


Fog and drizzle possible early then remaining mostly cloudy, mild, highs near 70 degrees


Mostly cloudy, mild, some fog and drizzle late, mid 50’s


Becoming partly sunny, warm, near 70

Friday Night

Partly cloudy, mild, low 50’s


Partly sunny, warm, upper 60’s


Mostly cloudy, not as warm, showers likely, upper 50's


Cloudy, colder, threat for significant rain and wind, near 50


Cloudy, cold, threat for more rain and wind, upper 40’s


As our calm and mild weather pattern continues here in the Mid-Atlantic region the focus of our attention is on two parts of North America: 1) the tropics where Hurricane Sandy continues to intensify and churn northward and 2) the central US where cold air is plunging into the region from central Canada. The potential continues to exist for a major Mid-Atlantic and Northeast US weather event in the Monday/Tuesday time frame as these two features eventually interact with each other. This impending weather event could include hurricane-force winds, power outages, torrential rainfall along low-lying sections, significant higher elevation accumulating snows in inland locations like western Pennsylvania and West Virginia, and coastal flooding as high tides will be aided by Sunday’s full moon in addition to strong winds.