A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect for portions of western Maryland, including Allegany, Frederick and Washington counties.
We do see dewpoints gradually come up today, and with a more southerly wind flow will certainly be more uncomfortable for us with dewpoints around 70.
High pressure continues to slide eastward this afternoon and evening, with a blend of sun and clouds across the region allowing for a few spotty clouds and pop-up thunderstorms.
A ridge of high pressure is going to slide to the east, and it’ll eventually be consolidating off the coast on Sunday and Monday.
Temperatures Friday will reach into the low and middle 80s and although the forecast has depicted a mixture of clouds and sun for this afternoon, farther north away from city could see more sunshine as cloud begin to break up thoughout the day.
Numerous reports came in from thunderstorm wind damage yesterday, which was expected due to the strength of the low level jet.
There will be an active zone of t-storms tonight to our north and west.
After another gorgeous day across the Northeast and mid-Atlantic, a change is on the way.
After a wet and windy start to the holiday weekend for many places across the northeast, the remainder of the weekend will be VERY nice!
High pressure is moving in to stay for the weekend, and things are looking very stellar!
An area of high pressure is currently located over eastern New England and will slowly drift eastward by Monday morning.
Plenty of sunshine to kick of the first full Saturday of summer 2014! Highs today will make it into the mid 80°s.