After a brief respite from the frigid air on Friday, the cold returned in full force today with temperatures approximately 15 degrees or so below average for this time of year.
A few more showers will be possible this evening with conditions drying out overnight. Skies will also clear and cooler air will move in behind the cold front as winds also pick up.
Winter weather advisories have expired for the region as warmer air continues to move in.
Official high for the first day of 2015 checked is around 43 degrees. That’s very seasonable for this time of year.
A chilly are of high pressure centered over the Plains and Mississippi Valley is spreading cold air all the way to the East Coast. This means that anyone who plans to be outside for New Year’s Eve festivities tonight should properly bundle up!
It has been a very seasonable Tuesday in December.
It was another mild day for late December! Official high today at BWI as per the National Weather Service was 60 degrees.
Wow, what a NICE day for late December! Sunshine and temperatures near 60 were brought about by a surface high centered near the N.C. coast.
High pressure centered near Atlanta as of early this afternoon will slowly drift east thorugh the next 36 hours.
Mid 50s and plenty of sunshine.
Dry start to the week.
The coastal storm that brought us rain and icy spots in some of the more sheltered neighborhoods is not going to simply ‘disappear’ today.