We broke a record low temperature this November at BWI.
Baltimore has shattered a record set in 1936!
A cold night on tap for the entire region is underway.
Well it’s on our doorstep…the Arctic cold that is.
It’s going to be cold today with wind chills at 18 to 21 mph.
As a storm continues to approach the region, clouds will continue to thicken across the region.
Yesterday was a chilly but dry day with the high getting up to 42 at BWI in the afternoon.
A deep freeze is on its way.
Winter isn’t officially here but many states are already feeling the weather effects from cold temperatures and snow.
Cold front will allow for clouds to linger during the first half of the day and then the sun will break out this afternoon.
High pressure will slide off the east coast today and allow for southerly winds and our 850mb temperatures to rise.
We started out the day with plenty of cloud cover, but by the evening we were sitting under mainly clear skies.