With Andrea and the shortwave trailing her now, we have a comfortable night underway with the humidity somewhat lower thanks to some weak downsloping. High pressure will continue to drift through the area overnight and through the first part of tomorrow.
The first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season smashed rainfall totals across the Northeast and pushed some streams and creeks over their banks but sped up the Eastern Seaboard without causing major damage.
Maryland is still soggy after the year’s first tropical storm dumped inches of rain across the state.
The storm also brought a lot of rain to the far Eastern Shore.
Starting Thursday, we should begin to notice clouds playing a much more prominent role. And, of course, this should be followed by a few showers and a thunderstorm or two.
The first named storm of Atlantic season, Andrea, has formed over the Gulf of Mexico and was likely to bring wet weather to parts of Florida’s west coast by the end of the week.