Although the recent satellite imagery is still showing that there are some high clouds around the mid-Atlantic region, we expect the balance of Thursday will be dry and seasonably chilly. A high pressure system located in the Eastern Region is going to be drifting off shore Thursday night, and there should be sunshine, some clouds and a chilly wind Friday.
It’s going to be chilly start to 2013, but the forecast should hold up for New Year’s Eve.
A large winter storm that brought heavy snow and blizzard conditions from Iowa to Wisconsin (near 1.5 feet in Madison, WI) and severe weather, with damaging winds and even a tornado to the Southeast will move toward eastern Canada on Friday.
Temperatures Thursday afternoon will be no higher than the lower 50s. Thursday night, even though the sky may be partly cloudy early, the prevailing thoughts are that some low clouds will be returning to much of the coastal plain after midnight.
After hitting 69 degrees, we did actually top out in the low 60s Tuesday – but that was at midnight. Temperatures have fallen drastically since then and will hold in the 40s Tuesday afternoon. The colder air will moderate, but is going to stick around for the rest of the week.
After another seasonably chilly start, the brilliant sunshine has warmed us up nicely this afternoon. BWI-Marshall topped out at 74 degrees.
Winds turning from the east and northeast early Friday to more of a southeasterly direction Friday afternoon, there’ll probably only be a few breaks in the clouds seen. This should limit most temperatures to the 40s across […]
The winter chill has returned to Maryland, but only for a few days.
Temperatures should reach the mid 50s Friday afternoon, and then will wind up mostly in the 30s Friday night.
After another chilly night, we are going back above average for the next few days.
High pressure will continue to dominate the pattern today as it did yesterday. This surface high pressure combined with rising heights aloft will combine to provide a pleasant day for the northeast.