What a difference the sun can make. Today, with a decent amount of sun and just a thin cloud layer, we edged up to a daytime high of 40 degrees.
A short wave now moving into the southeastern states will spawn the development of a surface wave just off the southeast coast.
After a rather tense morning with areas getting some light freezing rain, it warmed up and just became a wet dreary Monday.
Not as cold today as high pressure shifts offshore and winds turn to the southwest.
After a brief respite from the frigid air on Friday, the cold returned in full force today with temperatures approximately 15 degrees or so below average for this time of year.
Temperatures today will be well below normal, and factoring in the wind will make it feel even more harsh.
It’s the weekend, and just in time for another arctic blast coming our way. Despite the temperature reaching a milder 37 on Friday, it will struggle to get to the low 20s on Saturday.
Well Maryland, we almost set a record low this morning for the date as we bottomed out at 6 above zero.
If you have been asking where winter is… you won’t be asking that question for the rest of the week.
A few more showers will be possible this evening with conditions drying out overnight. Skies will also clear and cooler air will move in behind the cold front as winds also pick up.
The cold air in the lowest parts of the atmosphere is slowly getting scoured out this morning as temperatures have risen into the 40s everywhere and the threat for ice has clearly ended.
Winter weather advisories have expired for the region as warmer air continues to move in.