After a truly amazing, unforgettable storm has left much of the Greater Baltimore Area with around a foot of snow, we’re noticing that the sky has cleared rapidly early Friday morning.
While the next couple of days won’t be as mild as the past few, the above average temperatures should continue at least for a little while longer.
Temperatures Thursday afternoon will be no higher than the lower 50s. Thursday night, even though the sky may be partly cloudy early, the prevailing thoughts are that some low clouds will be returning to much of the coastal plain after midnight.
The active winds have subsided across the area. Peak gusts on Saturday include: 48 BWI, 44 DCA, 38 SBY.