October 26, 2020                       7:50 AM   

    Low pressure will pass offshore of the Mid-Atlantic region. The ensuing easterly flow will keep the lower levels of the atmosphere very moist today allowing for a lot of cloudiness, some fog and intermittent drizzle. The cloudiness will hold through tonight and then begin to break up tomorrow in favor of some sunshine as low pressure departs and a northerly flow brings in drier air. High pressure will keep conditions dry for the midweek period. The remnants of zeta will be absorbed into a developing low pressure system that will impact our region for the end of the week. Rain will likely develop on Thursday and then taper and possibly mix with snow on Friday as a much colder airmass begins to move in. A cold dry Halloween is expected – with low-mid 30s in the morning only recovering to around 50 by the afternoon.

Meteorologist Ryan Gallagher