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Another shot of cold air will come pouring down the pipeline from Detroit for Tuesday dropping our daytime highs in Maryland. Temperatures overall will run close to 15 degrees BELOW average ( we should be 60 degrees on average for this time of the year) ! The winds will add insult to injury as winds chills will run in the lower 40s for most of Tuesday.
The chill will NOT last however! The quick shot of cold will be replaced by more seasonable temperatures by Thursday and next weekend is looking better and better.
Here is a look at our European forecast model showing the cold air settling into the 4- corner states of the USA.
This will pump up a "ridge" over the west coast allowing for a mild south westerly flow to set-up
Here is the long range forecast from NOAA showing much of the eastern half of the country turning ABOVE average following April 8 th !
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There is a lot to get excited about if you are a lover of sky gazing. Astronomers are calling Comet Ison the comet of the century as it heads our way. If all things go as planned you may have quite the show by early next week
Major changes to the weather look to develop as we head into next week. While a blast of cold air will move east bound this weekend bringing the coldest daytime highs since last March to the Mid Atlantic; a series of arctic fronts will line up heading into next week.
The scale of Sunday’s deadly tornado outbreak has become a little more clear this afternoon and the pictures are truly disturbing.