The weather will remain pleasant in the greater Baltimore area during the next couple of days, as high pressure maintains its grip on much of the Northeast and the mid-Atlantic states.
Even though Sandy is spinning way off to our north, it’s responsible for our clouds and cool air. We only topped out at 52 degrees Friday. The average high is 62 degrees.
A cold front will move through from the northwest Friday afternoon accompanied by scattered to broken cloud cover but no rain.
Our local weather will feature a rather nice end to our week, with mostly sunny skies and warm late August temperatures.
A break today, but another round of thunderstorms and showers is on the way. A new front is pounding the Midwest from Indiana to Missouri with strong thunderstorms.
After a patch of morning clouds, sunshine ruled the day again. Those clouds did keep our high down to 75 degrees, although it certainly felt much warmer than that if you were in the sun.
What a stretch of weather! If you have been enjoying the current weather, you are going to like the rest of the weekend.
That easterly wind got us again Sunday.
We have been stuck in this messy weather pattern all week. There is some really warm, muggy air to our south that we have occasionally tapped into.
What a beautiful day – weather-wise! The warm-up that started Sunday will go through a little hiccup Monday before really taking hold later this week.
Despite more clouds and a northwesterly wind, two factors that usually cool us down, we warmed up nicely on Wednesday afternoon.
A new storm will move our way starting tomorrow. There is not a whole lot to this storm, but we will see more clouds come in tomorrow with the chance for some showers tomorrow night into Wednesday.