The surface map this afternoon shows a low centered off the Delmarva Coast. Meanwhile, a high was centered over central Quebec.
After a beautiful afternoon, things have really changed. We managed to top out around 70º at BWI, but now the rain has arrived. Showers are currently pushing across the region.
A period of unsettled weather is in store Tuesday through at least Wednesday.
High pressure building in from the Ohio Valley will be short lived, but still keep us dry through Monday afternoon.
Unseasonably cool conditions today and with the high pressure in the Ohio Valley moving eastward, we will see a windy day as well.
Chilly air is making its way into the neighborhood as breezy winds out of the northwest usher it in.
Looking at the surface map we see a cold front moving through the region this morning as an area of low pressure moves through Ontario towards Labrador.
High pressure centered over the mid-Atlantic will continue to build east of the region into tonight as a slow moving frontal system approaches from the west.
Looking at current surface map we have high pressure over the Mid-Atlantic and a stationary boundary across the Carolinas which wraps around the Appalachian mountains into the TN Valley.
We have a stationary boundary across southern VA stretching back into the Tennessee Valley.
A rain delay will most likely happen Friday.
Birdland is looking good & dry for the rest of today and tonight. Tomorrow will be a bit cooler than today with more sunshine and clouds increasing by tomorrow night.