Wednesday: Warm vs. Cold

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By Quincy Vagell on February 25, 2013, 5:45pm Last modified: February 26, 2013, 10:43am

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With low pressure forecast to pass through or just south of Connecticut on Wednesday, that leaves the state right in the middle of a clash between warm and cold air.

The image above shows temperatures forecast to reach the 50's across southeastern Pennsylvania and even up into central New Jersey Wednesday afternoon. Notice how parts of northern Connecticut get stuck in the upper 30's during the day on Wednesday. This is because cold air remains wedged in and an occluded front is forecast to pass across Long Island.

New model data and trends will need to be watched closely to see how Wednesday morning trends. At this point, mixed precipitation is forecast to change over to rain by daybreak. However, if temperatures were to verify a few degrees colder, snow and/or ice could continue into the day on Wednesday.

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