A quick-moving feature in the upper atmosphere passed through this morning bringing some high and mid-level clouds.
A west wind that will be gusting as high as 35 mph will make it feel a bit chillier.
The weather is looking quite nice for the first half of this week with clear skies and temps
Low pressure will be strengthening off the East Coast through Sunday as it lifts into Nova Scotia by Sunday evening.
If you don’t like the weather you need a brain transplant.
The sky will be clearing early Wednesday, and while the snow has long since ended there will be a brisk and chilly wind to contend with most of the day.
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, the folks who put on the Polar Bear Plunge near Annapolis should blush.
New Year’s Day will be partly sunny, brisk and seasonably chilly despite some sun. The high will be 42, and the low will be 28.
With temperatures expected to be mostly in the middle and upper 30s, the wind is going to make it feel like it’s in the teens Thursday morning and the 20s by the afternoon.
We still have a couple of days of seasonable conditions to get through before the arctic blast makes it to us.
Winds are expected to increase through the afternoon.
Showers associated with the cold front will be crossing the area during the midday and early afternoon.