Rain-free weather is expected for most of the region through the remainder of the day; however, since there is a front still located in the Carolinas and strong daytime heating will kick in later on, we cannot rule out a shower or thunderstorm Wednesday afternoon entirely, especially in the higher elevations of Maryland’s western panhandle.
There are currently storms and strong showers developing near Hagerstown as of the writing of this blog (3:30-ish).
Temperatures have been over-achieving the past few days, so there’s no reason to believe it won’t be officially top out at 90 again Wednesday or Thursday.
As a large high pressure system shifts into a position off the mid-Atlantic coast Friday night and during the upcoming weekend, a southwest wind will be ushering in moisture. This will increase our chances of getting a couple of showers and a thunderstorm.
Have a good day!