The rain got out of here in a hurry, allowing sunshine to quickly take over and warm us up to 65 degrees! The winds will back off Friday night as cooler air moves in temporarily. A frost advisory is in effect for the central Eastern Shore as temperatures drop to or slightly below freezing overnight. Even though it will be cooler than Friday, mostly sunny skies will warm us up to 56 degrees Saturday afternoon. Then, even warmer air moves this way for the start of next week.
Friday morning’s storm has introduced a whole new weather pattern – one that trends much warmer. We finished March below average, but that is going to change most of the next two weeks.
A series of storms will ride just to our north starting Sunday. They are going to drag warmer air our way, but could also clip us with occasional showers. The first chance for a shower is Sunday, while highs jump to the mid 60s. Then, we will be in the upper 60s Monday to low 70s Tuesday as another front brings two more chances for just some showers. That front gets out of here Wednesday, leaving temperatures in the 60s before a much stronger storm comes our way Thursday. This is our best chance for solid rain and maybe a thunderstorm. But even behind this wrapped up storm, temperatures aren’t going to drop that much.