Chelsea Ingram Weather Blog
The latest radar loop and surface observations still indicate a bit of rain hanging on in the southernmost parts of the region with the rest of the area remaining dry.
It seems like everyone has spring fever after yesterday’s high temp of 61.
After starting Wednesday with some sunshine, clouds will quickly roll in as an arctic front approaches.
Snowfall has already made its way into the District.
Much of this Superbowl Sunday has been a quiet one.
It certainly has felt cold outside today, especially factoring in the wind chill.
We’re approaching our snowiest month.
Official high today at BWI was 34°. That’s around 7° below our average for this time of year and it felt cold despite the abundant sunshine throughout the day.
A short wave now moving into the southeastern states will spawn the development of a surface wave just off the southeast coast.
If you have been asking where winter is… you won’t be asking that question for the rest of the week.
The trend for today will be to dry out.
I woke up to sleet this morning pounding on my skylight.