High pressure over the coast of Nova Scotia will allow for southeast flow across the region today.
Even though fall does not officially start for over a week, we have recently seen our first taste of the season.
High pressure will build into the region from the west today.
The weather has already improved this Saturday evening — just in time for the Star-Spangled Spectacular fireworks!
Other than clouds and a little spotty drizzle (mainly east) the coastal storm has pretty much been a non-event for our area.
A coastal area of low presure will be bringing showers to the region as early as this afternoon & evening and lasting through tomorrow.
It’s cooler and drier behind the front but this airmass simply will not get as far south as they had been this summer.
A cold front across the Ohio Valley is moving towards the east spreading showers and thunderstorms across western NY,PA,MD.
Current surface map shows high pressure off the east coast providing our region with a warm southerly flow.
We will be partly to mostly cloudy and humid overnight with lows around 70 degrees.
Current surface map shows high pressure over the coast of New England with a cold front cutting through the Midwest down into the Central Plains.
This Sunday provided a nice change to Central Maryland in comparison to yesterday. Partly cloudy skies, lower humidity and of course–rain free!