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After well above-average temperatures dominating the eastern US for much of September and the first half of October, things will cool down significantly after today’s cold front/Tropical Storm Michael duo. A very refreshing shot of cool air will seep down from Canada later today and tonight, dropping temperatures down into the upper 40’s inland and mid to lower 50’s closer to the coastline for daytime highs on Friday. This will set the stage for possible wintry weather on Saturday as a weak clipper system quickly moves through the region. Overnight temperatures on Friday and daytime highs on Saturday will be even colder as the brunt of the cold airmass overtakes the entire Northeast region. Highs will struggle to reach the middle 40’s across much of western Pennsylvania, New York, and New England, while even the coast will barely pass the 50 degree mark. The highest elevations will remain around freezing…