Chelsea Ingram Weather Blog
Low pressure is now centered near Rehoboth Beach, DE and is getting ready to move slowly off the coast.
A cold front is edging its way into our area.
We are currently sandwiched between high pressure offshore and an approaching cold front.
We are in the process of transitioning into a more humid weather pattern.
All eyes are on the Fourth of July forecast for today as a shortwave trough approaches from the west.
Plenty of cloud cover, shower & t-storms in the area this morning made temps slow to rise.
Today will be a really nice end to the weekend with high pressure sliding just off the coast.
There are some stratocumulous clouds around the region right now and they will likely stick around for a while.
The highest temp so far at BWI this year has been 85 degrees.
Although temps are running about a degree higher than yesterday at this time, the presence of some clouds and a wind flow off the bay should hold temps in the low 80s.
A high pressure system, currently anchored over the Carolinas, will slowly advance offshore through tomorrow, but remain a significant influence to our weather.
The surface analysis shows a pressure trough from the eastern St. Lawrence Valley south into the Hudson River Valley and into New Jersey.