A big improvement over yesterday, but we still have a way to go.
Mother Nature threw another curve today!
Well, it’s the weekend! And guess what? We have rain on tap for at least half of it–sorry folks!
After a few hours of morning sun today, the clouds are back. On Friday, it appears that a light rain or drizzle will begin to break out across the region by afternoon or early evening.
Hope you all enjoyed a nice welcomed reprieve form the cold today! But if you head outside tonight, you might be surprised at just how chilly it’s gotten once again.
The cold has arrived and it appears it will stay a while. This weekend will run anywhere from 10 to 15 degrees below normal for this time of the year.
Winter isn’t done just yet! You heard it. Sometime later Sunday, probably after 7 p.m., we may be seeing a mix of snow and rain in the region as temperatures fall back into the 30s again.
Our chilly March weather continues, but there are signs of a warmup coming our way!
Clearing skies and cooler temperatures tonight after today’s cold front with some gusty storms rolled through the region around the noon hour.
Another mild afternoon in the region as temperatures reached into the mid 50s and our normals are now 46. A mild Friday, but as a front approaches from the west, look for showers and a gusty wind around the noon hour in Central Maryland and later on across eastern areas. It will clear out very quickly by Friday afternoon.
The snow is falling! First traces of precipitation arrived around 7 p.m. Wednesday. It can get heavy at times overnight.
It was a big night for our “Sunshine Kid,” as Bob Turk was presented with a major honor.