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Sweeping Southern storms set to shower the Northeast

A cold front currently building over the southern United States will bring a risk of severe thunderstorms to southeastern Texas and western Louisana. The remnants of this storm system will move to affect the US East Coast and New England area over the next few days and bring us some scattered showers. Remember to bring an umbrella or raincoat if you plan on going outside this weekend!

Despite the rain, this system will also bring some warmer air into the region and provide a welcome reprieve from the cold temperatures we had earlier this week. This storm system will be out of the New England area entirely by early next week, bringing back sunny skies and frigid temperatures. 

Today: Mostly sunny. High around 46°F (8°C). Southwest winds around 7-10 mph.
Tonight: Partly cloudy. Low around 38°F (3°C). Southwest winds around 10-13 mph.
Friday: Cloudly; Scattered showers in the evening. High around 52°F (11°C), low around 39°F (4°C). Southwest winds around 7-10 mph.
Saturday: Cloudy. High around 52°F (11°C), low around 42°F (6°C). Northwest winds around 5 mph.
Sunday: Showers. High around 47°F (8°C), low around 41°F (5°C). Northwest winds around 7-10mph.