An absolutely perfect Monday across the entire region today!
We are starting off the work-week with a spectacular Monday. Plenty of sunshine and temps in the low 80s by this afternoon.
Today, no issues… just a BEAUTIFUL day and evening with a high of 80 degrees. Then, we will watch a front begin to move toward the Mid-Atlantic and begin to stall.
As of early this morning, upper low pressure continues to spiral over the Great Lakes.
A highly anomalous upper low pressure system for late June is cutting off over the Great Lakes this morning.
Big rain is coming. No need to mince words. Tonight through Saturday night/Sunday morning we could see inches of rain in some places. Street and highway flooding is possible. Just be aware of it, and make or change plans accordingly.
Another round of heavy showers and some thundershowers rolled thru the region on Thursday night.
Well it has been a really nice start to the day, but clouds will move in by lunch time-ish, and by dinner time-ish rain will move into the region.
A perfect summer day with low humidity and lots of bright blue skies this Wednesday.
Did you see that sunset last night?
A very warm and humid day that was punctuated by strong to severe thunderstorms. Many reports of hail up to baseball size and wind gusts over 55 mph were common across the state.
We are following 2 big weather stories today, the first is the heat and the second is our risk for strong to severe storms.