Wednesday 9 a.m.
Southwesterly flow aloft will cause mild to warm weather in the I95 corridor tomorrow and especially Friday. A cold front whipping around the south side of a storm from the Plains will cause rain and thunderstorms this area Friday night and perhaps early Saturday as it ushers in much cooler air. This video has more:
The boundary zone between warmth to the south and cold air to the north is the breeding ground for thunderstorms, and in just to 3 hours between 6 and 9 a.m. EDT, there were thousands of individual lightning strokes.
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It could feel like spring later this weekend.
High wind today, then only in Maine Tuesday
Two chances for precipitation this weekend
Cold winds follow the Northeast snow storm tonight
It's coming... fast
April one day, cold and snowy the next
Northeast to turn milder with rain then colder with snow Northeast will turn damp, milder Tuesday and Wednesday, then colder with a snow storm threat