Bernadette Woods Weather BLog
Just as we wrap up rain from this current storm, a new one is on the way that may bring a dose of winter to the state.
We are statistically in our coldest stretch of the year.
A sleet/snow mix arrived in Maryland Wednesday morning.
The Christmas storm is gone for us, but there is another one on the way.
We are stuck in the muck. A dense fog advisory is in effect overnight along the Bay as visibility drops again.
We knew it would warm up but wow. We hit 70 degrees Monday afternoon. The record for the day is 72 degrees, but the average is only 49 degrees and we haven’t hit 70 in December in years.
Even with the brilliant sunshine Wednesday, temperatures continue to run below average.
The storm has come and gone.
After a beautiful day Monday, Tuesday will be a different story.
It was a chilly but dry election day. Now our attention turns to the developing nor’easter that’s moving up the coast.
Sandy is finally moving away from the United States. And we finally had some sunshine return. However, the cool air is going to hang around for most of the week.
Who would have thought that cloudy and 10 degrees below average would be so nice? The heavy rain is now just a sprinkle, the high winds are now just a breeze, and we even saw peeks of sunshine Wednesday. And that high of 53 degrees, while still way below the average of 62 degrees, is still a warm-up from Tuesday’s 40s.