The flow reaching Florida can be traced all the way back to the glaciers in Greenland.
Just when many people thought spring was here for good… cold air blasts into the Northeast later today and tonight.
It will be warm in the Northeast today, but a strong cold front passing Chicago this morning will sponsor rain and then a noticeable cool down tomorrow and Wednesday.
The weekend will be mild in the Northeast, with a warm surge reaching the Middle Atlantic states on Sunday.
Milder air is moving through the Great Lakes and into the Northeast. The I95 corridor will have its warmest weather Sunday and Monday.
The march to warmth follows a rocky path in most springs. The next several days will become warmer.
A storm moving northeast from the Great Lakes has caused substantial rainfall in much of the Northeast, but dry air follows its departure. Thursday will be warmer than tomorrow.
A storm that will cause violent weather in the south-central states today will send rain to the East Coast tomorrow. Drying will follow.
An east west boundary dividing warm air to the south from chilly air to the north sets the stage for clouds and showers.
Considering how windy and cold it was yesterday morning, today will bring a noticeable change.