BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The regional radar mosaic early Thursday morning is showing a few weak echoes that are trying to creep into the area from the south and west. This is what is left of what was once a better organized area of showers that occurred last night in southern parts of the Ohio Valley. We expect most of the day to offer some sunshine, but it will tend to fade behind increasing clouds Thursday afternoon, and there will be a more “widespread distribution” of showers and thunderstorms occurring later in the afternoon and tonight.
Friday, will be a humid day, and with an upper-level disturbance currently in the Midwest expected to reach the mid-Atlantic states by late tomorrow afternoon or early tomorrow night, we can expect a few more showers and a locally heavy thunderstorm around.
The showers and thunderstorms by Saturday should be located to the north and east of the area, and it is looking NICE (albeit warm) around here for Father’s Day. A building ridge of high pressure should promote a fair amount of sunshine, and high temperatures will be in the upper 80s. It’ll be hot and rather humid early next week with temperatures around 90 on both Monday and Tuesday.
Have a good day !!!