The first front will slide eastward today and ahead of it we will have plenty of clouds and a couple of rounds of showers and a thunderstorm. Much like we saw last evening and overnight, the rain can be occasionally heavy with a moisture laden atmosphere.
We have some dry weather Friday for the most part, and a wind out of the southwest will allow for a warmer afternoon.
The regional radar is showing a few pockets of heavy rain occurring in the Delmarva Region early Thursday, which could cause some minor flooding issues.
There was a lull in activity earlier this morning as a dry slot of air wrapped its way into the circulation of the area of the pesky low pressure system over the mid-Atlantic.
A slow moving area of low pressure brought us a band of widespread rainfall Tuesday morning, and there is still more to come as we move throughout the day.
Keep the umbrella handy! Chances for rain showers are in the forecast for the next several days.
High pressure will start moving out of the region allowing an area of low pressure to slowly creep into the mid-Atlantic from the Mississippi River Valley tonight and Monday. Clouds will begin to increase ahead of this system overnight.
The weekend began with an abundance of sunshine thanks to an elongated area of high pressure along the coast of the Northeast, and this high will continue to heavily influence our weather over the next couple of days (especially today).
High pressure will control our weather through the weekend. So if you liked the weather Saturday, you will like it Sunday as well! Another stellar day of weather is on tap for us with temps in the mid 60s and abundant sunshine. Clouds will start to increase by the evening ahead of our next storm system.
The recent decent weather pattern will continue for us for the weekend.
The past two days of sunny skies and pleasant conditions will continue due to high pressure.
With a clear sky and virtually no wind early Thursday, temperatures are starting off in the 40s.