Bernadette Woods Weather BLog
Even though we got out of the 50s Tuesday, we only managed a high of 61 degrees. That’s still way below the average which dropped to 69 degrees. We are going to warm up closer to 70 degrees Wednesday, before a cold front goes through and drops us back down to the low 60s again on Thursday. However, this transition will feature the return of sunshine.
Most of this rain will move offshore overnight, while clouds, fog, and even some drizzle will linger through Tuesday morning.
After a few days of crisp, clear weather, a more unsettled weather pattern is getting underway for Maryland. A front that was moving toward the Northeast has become very elongated and is stalling over the Mid-Atlantic, where it will stay right into the weekend.
We are stuck in this tropical air mass, thanks to the remnants of Isaac.
What a wonderful day weatherwise – around here, that is.
What a wild weather day yesterday.
The front that moved through last night is hanging over southern Maryland today.
A strong cold front is moving our way, starting Thursday
The front that moved into Maryland yesterday slowed down significantly and is still trying to exit the state across the south today.
The same two different storms are still affecting Maryland.
We have two different storms moving our way. One is coming up from the south, while another is coming our way from the upper midwest. Between the two, we are going to be in an unsettled air mass until they move away later this week.
We hit 100 degrees again Tuesday afternoon. That is the fifth time this year, and the 28th time we have gone 90 degrees or higher. Temperatures are going right back to the upper 90s again Wednesday. A heat advisory will go into effect starting at 11 a.m. and continue through 9 p.m. because higher dewpoints/humidity will lead to an even higher heat index Wednesday afternoon.