WEATHER BLOG: Showers Move Out, Dry Air & Higher Temps Move In
The front that started to move into Maryland Thursday, is finally gone.
There were still some showers along the Eastern Shore Sunday before the front finally moved away. What a difference behind the front! A much very noticeably drier air has settled in. Dew points/humidity dropped way down Sunday afternoon, and that will make for the coolest night we have had in some time. We are forecasting a low of 62 degrees at BWI-Marshall, with outlying areas in the 50s. The dry air will remain over us Monday, making for another nice day before the next front starts to move our way.
There really aren’t any temperature extremes coming our way this week, just a couple of different storm systems. Highs will climb back to near 90 degrees with higher humidity/dew points Tuesday ahead of the next front, which will bring scattered showers and thunderstorms starting Tuesday. Some showers and thunderstorms will continue into Wednesday before this front gets out of here. Another front will move our way later in the week with showers and thunderstorms. We will keep you updated on the timing of that front, but it looks to be Friday into Saturday.