Clouds streaming into the area this afternoon and they will remain overhead tonight leading to mostly cloudy skies.
Partly cloudy skies cover the region early this morning with temperatures in the mid 20s to low 30s.
After a rough start to the holiday weekend, things have really mellowed out and the current weather charts show a lack of any strong or well-organized systems within the lower 48.
Temperatures will be moderating some tomorrow and Monday before a possible minor setback in the trend Tuesday.
High pressure will continue to control our weather pattern through the start of the weekend. It will build into New England overnight and promote a clear and chilly night for us with a big temperature range across the region.
With temperatures expected to be mostly in the middle and upper 30s, the wind is going to make it feel like it’s in the teens Thursday morning and the 20s by the afternoon.
The main low center is moving up into New England but there is a second center near the N.C. coast and a couple of waves of showers will come through during Wednesday afternoon.
While the week got off to a dry start Monday, moisture is already starting to take over what’s left of this dry air that was provided by a ridge of high pressure.
Winter weather advisories have been issued across the area and will go into effect as early as 3 a.m. for portions of western Maryland and 6 a.m. for portions of central Maryland lasting through Tuesday afternoon as our next storm system moves into the mid-Atlantic.
Wow. We didn’t even get above freezing Sunday at the airport! And factoring the wind chill, the air felt much colder, yielding numbers in the teens.
Winds and cold temperatures will combine to create RealFeel temperatures in the lower 20s today, and it will feel more like January than late November.
An arctic air mass is moving in and there is enough energy associated with it to bring a flurry to spots Saturday night and Sunday, mainly north and west.