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    Northeast: Milder, but Wet at Times

    By Elliot Abrams, AccuWeather chief meteorologist
    3/27/2014, 6:38:10 AM

    Thursday morning

    Today's video outlines the Great lakes and Northeast forecast from today through the coming weekend.


    This pressure analysis map shows how yesterday's northerly flow has become southerly and how milder air is advancing northward.

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    This infrared satellite picture shows plenty of cloudiness across the country, a deterrent against predicting too much sunny weather.
    Physicist Wilhelm Roentgen, who discovered X-rays, was born on this date in 1845. We're not doctors, but we do have the job of trying to see through the weather patterns to make a prognosis. There's no promise the results will suture or leave you in stitches because it's humerus.

    As for the next couple of days in the Middle Atlantic and Northeast, make no bones about it: we are in for a break from the cold. However, let me stress it's a fracture you still need that winter coat this afternoon, but tomorrow will be milder and some people will even think it feels like sweet spraintime. However, based on our latest cast, we suggest to make sure rainwear is all set for tomorrow.

    For residents of the region who consider winter cold winds to be their enemies, this is a good time to get out, enjoy the weather and barium enemies. The joint effects of less cold will reduce the number of X-rayed comments about the weather.

    The views expressed are those of the author and not necessarily those of AccuWeather, Inc. or AccuWeather.com

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