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    Chilly Air Advances

    October 22, 2013; 6:54 AM ET

    Tuesday 9 a.m.

    This video shows how the various weather features should behave this week. In the Northeast, today is mild, but the rest of the week will be noticeably chillier. Downwind from the Great Lakes and into the Appalachians, chilly showers will affect lowlands while the first snow showers of the season cover the highest elevations.

    This pressure map shows the northwesterly flow now affecting the Great Lakes. You can also see the leading edge of the change to chill (the cold front) approaching the I-95 corridor. A low pressure area near the west edge of the map will move to the Virginia/Maryland coastline tomorrow morning, then move northeast.

    Here's today' edition of the show I do with Evan Myers on most weekdays:

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