Latest Baltimore Weather
It’s July, and it sure feels like it. And that is a good thing. Welcome to the “lazy, hazy, and crazy days of Summer.”
After another gorgeous day across the Northeast and mid-Atlantic, a change is on the way.
High pressure is moving off the coast into the Atlantic Ocean. Southwest wind will help boost our temperatures up a couple degrees as our temperatures climb.
After a wet and windy start to the holiday weekend for many places across the northeast, the remainder of the weekend will be VERY nice!
The chilly air looks to continue for Saturday as temperatures are still cooler than normal and sunny conditions persist.
High pressure is moving in to stay for the weekend, and things are looking very stellar!
As many eyes along the East Coast remain focused on “Arthur” Thursday, (especially in the Southeast), there will be a few showers and thunderstorms in the Mid-Atlantic states and the Northeast which may result in flash flooding.
A heat advisory will be in effect today from noon until 7 p.m. — strong thunderstorms through tomorrow night can produce torrential rain and ” Arthur” will bring some ought surf and strong rip currents to the Atlantic Beaches through the Independence Day Holiday.
Hi Everyone! Well, now we have a tropical depression off the coast of Florida. Let the “tropical fun” begin.
Well, life is getting active on the weather front this week as a slow-moving cold front is trying to bust through. A hot and humid air mass will give us a chance of widespread thunderstorms Tuesday-Thursday.
An area of high pressure is currently located over eastern New England and will slowly drift eastward by Monday morning.