Chelsea Ingram Weather Blog
Tonight lows will dip into the lower 60s here in central MD, thanks to some extra cloud cover moving in.
Good evening! The past couple of days have brought us the warmest/hottest weather that we have experienced in about a month.
A front that separates humid air from much drier air is stalled over central Virginia and the Ohio Valley. This boundary will begin to slowly move northward over the course of the next 48 hours.
It seems like it has been a long time since we have had a comfortably cool night around here!
A stalled frontal boundary along the Mason-Dixon Line and the southward push of lower dewpoints came to a grinding halt before pushing into our neighborhood.
We have a few showers and t-storms scattered about the area now with a weak short wave passing through the region.
In the short range, we will continue dealing with scattered showers and t-storms as a well-defined short wave moves eastward in the flow.
We are definitely still on target for a very active period coming up over the next 24-48 hours.
Without a doubt… the next several days will feel like summer.
Wednesday will be our warmest day while a weak bubble of high pressure keeps us briefly dry with more sun than clouds.
Spotty light rain showers and drizzle will move out of the region Monday afternoon, but the clouds will linger around.
Skies will be mostly clear Saturday night as high pressure dominates the forecast through the weekend.