Good evening! We hope you all had a wonderful Saturday – the second half of the day turned out nicer than the first, as expected. A large coastal storm system which affected the Mid Atlantic states yesterday is gradually shifting away from the region, and will continue to do so through tonight. This will open the door for higher pressure to move into the Northeast states tonight, with temperatures remaining solidly below average for this time of year.
Gradual improvements to the weather forecast are expected to continue into Sunday, as high pressure builds further into the region. Temperatures are expected to rebound, with a warmer flow gradually developing into the Northeast states. Highs will be several degrees warmer on Sunday than they were today, reaching the middle 80’s in many areas away from the immediate coast.
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