Following record warmth this week across the northeastern United States, temperatures are expected to take a dive over the weekend behind a cold front.
Dramatic changes in the weather will occur across the eastern U.S. through the end of October,” AccuWeather Meteorologist Alex Sosnowksi said.
Those changes will include the threat for soaking rain in the Northeast and the potential for a few snowflakes to fall across the Great Lakes and northern New England late this weekend into early next week. An area of high pressure responsible for the record warmth early this week will be pushed out of the way by a cold front.
“A heat-stifling cold front looks to move through the Great Lakes Thursday and into the Northeast Friday,” AccuWeather Meteorologist Ed Vallee said.