Yesterday was a breezy, but beautiful day.
A comfortable afternoon and evening is underway across the region. However, an upper-level low centered over Nova Scotia continues to influence instability even with high pressure in place at the surface.
Parts of the area remain under the threat for a drenching downpour, strong or damaging wind gusts, hail and an isolated tornado this evening.
Boy what a warm day we’ve been enjoying so far! As of 4:30pm this afternoon, BWI Airport was checking in around 79°.
Easter Sunday has turned out to be a beautiful day with plenty of sunshine and highs, as expected, in the mid 60s.
Today overall has been a gorgeous day, although a bit cooler than yesterday.
Low pressure is tracking a few hundred miles offshore. But, it’s the upper low that has been responsible for a couple of snow showers towards the coast.
A warm front will get nudged northeastward over the next several hours, allowing for a surge of warmer air by tomorrow afternoon.
High pressure will shift off the East Coast tomorrow, turning our flow southeasterly. A warm front will approach from the southwest, bringing a passing shower and struggle to get through tomorrow night.
High pressure off to the northwest will gradually build south intot he start of next week.
It’s starting to feel a little bit more like spring out there today after a snow and chilly day yesterday.
Spring is officially here, but today didn’t look or feel like the arrival of spring one bit as measurable snow fell across the region.