What a messy Saturday!
Today wraps up the final day of the 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season, which runs from June 1 through November 30.
Yesterday, our high temp only topped out around 39, that’s about 12 degrees below average for this time of year.
High pressure will control the weather across our region through tonight and then move off the East Coast by tomorrow.
A cold front will move through overnight, but won’t be bringing us really anything in the way of precipitation–mainly just extra cloud cover.
A band of slowly moving showers will continue to press west to east across the are this afternoon bringing us mainly light rainfall or sprinkles.
It was another gorgeous day here in Baltimore with ample sunshine and plenty of dry air.
High pressure building in from the Ohio Valley will be short lived, but still keep us dry through Monday afternoon.
Chilly air is making its way into the neighborhood as breezy winds out of the northwest usher it in.
High pressure centered over the mid-Atlantic will continue to build east of the region into tonight as a slow moving frontal system approaches from the west.
Birdland is looking good & dry for the rest of today and tonight. Tomorrow will be a bit cooler than today with more sunshine and clouds increasing by tomorrow night.
As the jet stream continues to dip south, very chilly air will continue to be ushered in.