A new sweep of cold air will race across the Midwest Sunday and will reach the East and South later on Monday.
While the invading cold air will not be as frigid as last week, it will shave temperatures by 20 to 30 degrees Fahrenheit off weekend highs in the 60s and 70s in the Midwest and East.
The colder air will follow a dose of rain, damaging winds and severe weather across the Midwest this weekend and the Appalachians and Northeast Sunday night into Monday.
The core of the Arctic air will stay north over the Canada border over the Plains and generally north of the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence Valley farther east. However, it will get cold enough for a round of lake-effect snow.
The combination of wind, chilly air and other factors will make for RealFeel® temperatures 10 to 20 degrees lower than the actual temperature from the Upper Midwest and Northeast, southward along the Atlantic coast to part of the Deep South.
On Monday, RealFeel temperatures will dip to near freezing around Chicago and Detroit. The same is true for Pittsburgh on Tuesday. RealFeel temperatures will be in the 30s at times on Tuesday in New York City, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.
Temperatures are likely to dip to near freezing along the I-40 corridor from Tennessee to North Carolina Tuesday and Wednesday night.
Farther north, nighttime temperatures will be near freezing around Boston, New York City, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., Tuesday night and Wednesday night.
The new blast of cold air may be more abbreviated than the last one and will generally only last a day or two in most areas, before temperatures rebound again.
Content in this story contributed by AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Courtney Spamer.
The tropical Atlantic has quieted down, but that may change in the coming days in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico's Bay of Campeche.
A change in the weather pattern will signal warmer, more summerlike conditions across the East Coast to bring in the new month.
After an earthquake hit in the area, a volcanic eruption occurred Friday in Iceland, resulting in a temporary no-fly order.
Labor Day weekend traditionally marks the unofficial end to summer, but the weather has another idea in mind around Harrisburg with a prolonged stretch of summer warmth underway.
Showers and thunderstorms will continue to threaten to interfere with outdoor plans around Pittsburgh through the remainder of this Labor Day holiday weekend.
An outbreak of severe weather, including a few tornadoes, threatens to ruin the holiday weekend across the North Central U.S. states.
Three inches of snow fell in parts of the state; record lows were set in 31 northeastern U.S. cities and towns.
West Virginia (1989)
Lightning sets numerous house and trailer fires. Firefighters could not keep up with all the fires that were burning.
Incredible "snow" hurricane whitened parts of the Catskills.