A shower or t-storm will be possible throughout the afternoon and evening.
After a near perfect Wednesday with cool pleasant temperatures and plenty of sunshine, big changes are on tap tomorrow.
A big change will be felt all across the region the next few days, as drier and cooler air moves our way.
Tropical downpours across much of Northern Maryland. That’s been producing some local flooding of some roads and small streams, and has prompted a Flash Flood Warning til around 2 a.m.
It’s another warm & muggy day across Maryland today.
The unsettled pattern is obvious as we look at the radar this morning, a few patchy showers and even a batch of steadier rain can be seen impacting the I-95 corridor, with the batch of rain traveling over NYC.
s high pressure slides eastward off the East Coast today, the flow has become southerly and dewpoints will begin to rise to around 60-64 by day’s end.
A big sports weekend here in Maryland is on our doorstep. All we need now is a dry forecast!
There are some stratocumulous clouds around the region right now and they will likely stick around for a while.
The highest temp so far at BWI this year has been 85 degrees.
Yet another dry May day across almost all areas. So far this month, at least at BWI Marshall, only less than one tenth of an inch of rain has fallen, many have only seen a trace.
Although temps are running about a degree higher than yesterday at this time, the presence of some clouds and a wind flow off the bay should hold temps in the low 80s.