Even though fall does not officially start for over a week, we have recently seen our first taste of the season.
High pressure will build into the region from the west today.
The weather has already improved this Saturday evening — just in time for the Star-Spangled Spectacular fireworks!
The most recent cold front is now to our south and with high pressure in place we can look forward to a nice day with lower humidity and a comfortable afternoon.
Other than clouds and a little spotty drizzle (mainly east) the coastal storm has pretty much been a non-event for our area.
Low pressure will continue to keep unsettled weather conditions across the region, but the worst of the activity will be closer to the coastline.
A coastal area of low presure will be bringing showers to the region as early as this afternoon & evening and lasting through tomorrow.
It’s cooler and drier behind the front but this airmass simply will not get as far south as they had been this summer.
A cold front across the Ohio Valley is moving towards the east spreading showers and thunderstorms across western NY,PA,MD.
A very warm and more humid day is in store for most of the Eastern Region this Friday as high pressure currently located near the coast continues to glide slowly out into the Atlantic.
The heat and humidity experienced Tuesday across much of the Northeast and the mid-Atlantic states certainly isn’t unheard of during early-September.
Well this will be the last MB weather blog for a while, as Thursday I am having my left hip replaced.