BLOG: What A Day, Weatherwise
We got all the way up to 66 degrees Tuesday afternoon. That is just 3 shy of the 69 degree record, and way above the average of 42 degrees. In fact, we are only going down to about that 42 degrees overnight before heading back up into the 60s again Wednesday. However, clouds will start to roll in Tuesday night as a new front approaches. There will be more clouds around Wednesday and maybe a few showers from that front.
A new wave of energy will bring another chance for rain on Thursday before it gets out here. When it does, temperatures will start dropping. Colder air will get pulled in behind the storm Thursday night, maybe even changing the tail end of the storm over to winter weather before it ends in western Maryland. But even when we cool down heading into the weekend, temperatures will still be running above average. We expect a high near 50 on Friday, then the upper 40s Saturday.
This weekend’s forecast is a little tricky. There is a chance that a storm could come our way from the south. If it stays south, then we just get some clouds. If it gets close enough Saturday night into Sunday, then we could see a little wintry weather before changing to rain on Sunday. We will monitor this closely and keep you updated. Stay tuned…
Hey teachers, students and parents of students…
We have a date for our 5th annual Weather Field Trip Day at Camden Yards – Wednesday, May 23. It’s become such a fun and exciting day that you don’t want to miss.
Click here to find out more about it.