Dry weather is going to be common over the next few days as a high pressure system starts to build into the East. Of course, Tuesday’s precipitation event that occurred fairly early consisted of both rain and wet snow. And, depending upon who you talk to in Maryland, this either turned out to be nothing but a cold rain, or a system that produced some wet, slushy snow that brought up to an inch in some of the higher elevations.
Clouds in the area for a while Wednesday morning are expected to break for a good deal of sunshine, but it’ll still be chilly with temperatures no higher than the lower or middle 40s. The sky should be clear Wednesday night, and most places will wind up in either the 20s or the lower 30s. Expect a fair amount of sunshine for the rest of the week.
Have a good day!!!