A beautiful start to this Tuesday ended with a batch of showers and some brief gusty winds.
Well now I think we can all handle temps in the 70’s Thursday, and Friday.
After a really nice day Monday, some clouds and showers are on tap tomorrow, as a quick moving system will approach from the west.
The relatively weak, moisture-starved, Pacific front will be crossing our area within the next couple of hours.
Well I didn’t win Powerball this weekend, so here we are again on a Monday.
Overall, today has brought improvement to the region.
The base of a strong, upper level trough has edged off the eastern seaboard as of early this morning.
Low pressure is tracking a few hundred miles offshore. But, it’s the upper low that has been responsible for a couple of snow showers towards the coast.
Expect winter-like conditions today with a breeze, clouds and limited sun, and isolated flurries and snow showers, some mixed with rain, are likely across the viewing area today, especially later.
A cold weekend on tap for the entire region! Well below normal temperatures are in store for both Saturday and Sunday.
How’d ya like yesterday? 74 at BWI-M, and 70 at the Science center.
Yes, we’re still spreading the word that most temperatures will peak in the 60s and low 70s today. We’ll get our “Warm Springtime Teaser” this afternoon before a progressively cooler pattern (actually, you can just […]