High pressure will slowly drift east over the next 24+ hours and as it moves, we will be on the lookout for a few isolated thunderstorms through Tuesday (mainly north and west of the the metropolitan).
Keep in your toes over the next 36 hours.
High pressure is moving off the coast into the Atlantic Ocean. Southwest wind will help boost our temperatures up a couple degrees as our temperatures climb.
So the question is will we see sever weather later like we did Tuesday? The answer is that remains to be seen.
Morning storms gave us a rather busy start Thursday, and more may be headed our way later as a cold front dives into the Mid-Atlantic. This front will pass by later and off shore by Friday early a.m. Skies will clear and here comes that nice holiday weekend we have been promising.
Gray and damp Wednesday as a cold front backed our way from the coast.
All of this rain is associated with a rather frisky cold front that is pushing eastward this afternoon.
Sunday was the warmest day since Oct. 6 of last year. Latest surface analysis shows a deep area of low pressure not too far from Chicago with a cold front trailing the low to the south-southwest.
The next surge of bitterly cold air is just a few hours away from arriving in central Maryland.
Frigid temperatures. Maryland is preparing for another blast of winter weather. This time, we’re facing record cold temperatures. Numbers are still dropping and are not yet close to their final low. But already, Baltimoreans are bundling up and bracing for the cold.
High pressure will continue to push east Tuesday afternoon. Winds will continue to be on the breezy side out of the northwest helping to usher in cold and dry Canadian air.
High pressure will continue to build in overnight, bringing us mostly clear skies and cool temps with lows forecast in the mid 30s.