As time continues to tick away on September, it looks as if our chances for seeing any more measurable rain this month in the greater Baltimore area are getting quite slim.
There were some high, thin clouds around for a while Wednesday, compliments of a weak area of low pressure that has been drifting through the southeastern United States, but these did very little to tarnish what was still a very nice day.
High pressure is going to be maintaining its dominance across the eastern region for the next few days, bringing a good deal of sun and temperatures that will be averaging near or even slightly above normal.
During the next couple of mornings, there’s going to be some patchy fog, which is going to be fairly isolated. Most of them will be confined to some of the river valleys and other locations that are in fairly rural settings.
Temperatures should reach the mid and upper 70s during the afternoons, but will dip into the 50s during the nighttime hours and even the 40s in some of the typically cooler spots.
We don’t have any big changes in our thinking regarding the upcoming weekend.