Even with the brilliant sunshine Wednesday, temperatures continue to run below average. We topped out at 46 degrees, which is still below the average of 51 degrees. Temperatures will slowly climb above that average as we head toward the weekend.
The weather pattern has shifted. The real stormy weather is focused on the West Coast with flooding rain and lots of mountain snow. While the storms are locked up out west, we are going to stay dry for a few days. Expect sunshine Thursday and just some clouds Friday and Saturday. A new storm is going cut more into the Midwest this weekend and that a few showers may skirt Maryland Sunday as it passes by. This is not going to be a big rain for us, and the game/tailgate forecast is going to be just fine.
The next real chance for rain doesn’t move our way until Tuesday or Wednesday of next week.