7:00 AM | **The weather repeats itself for Friday and Saturday...another "clipper" system brings snow showers and gusty winds on Friday and then bitter cold for Saturday**

records_daily_usa[Dozens of record or near record lows this morning (blue circles); map courtesy coolwx.com]

6-Day Forecast


Mainly sunny, not as windy as yesterday, brutal cold, highs in the upper teens


Increasing clouds, bitter cold, snow showers possible late, lows in the mid-to-upper teens


Snow showers primarily before noon that can produce a coating and some slick spots; otherwise, becoming partly sunny and windy, still quite cold, but not as severe, low 30’s

Friday Night

Mostly clear, brutal cold, near 15 degrees


Mainly sunny, breezy, bitter cold, near 20 degrees


Partly sunny, still quite cold, but not as severe, low-to-mid 30’s


Mostly cloudy, cold, chance for snow, ice and/or rain late, low-to-mid 30’s


Mostly cloudy, still quite cold, chance for snow, ice and/or rain, mid 30’s


Single digits are widespread this morning in the Northeast US and temperatures will struggle around here today to reach the upper teens despite plenty of sunshine. This air mass is comparable to some of winter’s worst from last winter with dozens of record or near record lows this morning (map courtesy coolwx.com). A repeat performance is in store for the next couple of days with yet another “clipper” system bringing snow showers into the Northeast US on Friday along with gusty winds and then bitter cold air will follow for the beginning of the weekend. Temperatures ease somewhat on Sunday and then moisture pulling out of the southern states could affect us with some snow, ice and/or rain during the early part of next week.