A series of fronts is moving through the Mid-Atlantic.
As a high pressure system builds across the Great Lakes and into the Northeast, some dry and chillier air will be spreading out across the area during the day and night.
A band of rain developed along the cold front Wednesday morning, just as it was passing through Baltimore.
Warm again Tuesday before we get a dose of December reality.
While Friday is starting out fairly sunny and chilly, the afternoon will be quite mild. And as a cold front, which is currently bringing some shower activity to the eastern Great Lakes and Ohio early this morning, reaches the I-95 corridor this evening, there will at least be more in the way of clouds seen around here.
Take a few minutes to step outside and enjoy the beautiful weather because a cold front is coming that will change up our weather pattern for the rest of the week.
The great beginning to the day will feature a fair amount of sunshine, and winds generally out of the south and southwest will be fairly light.
Monday’s front is gone, allowing cooler air to rush in on gusty northwest winds.
A cold front will move through from the northwest Friday afternoon accompanied by scattered to broken cloud cover but no rain.
The heat has arrived, once again. We started our next heat wave today. Our high hit 95 degrees at BWI-Marshall this afternoon. We will only drop to the mid 70s overnight before going right back up to the mid 90s again tomorrow.
A front is slicing west to east across the area right now so a cooler, drier NW flow is sweeping across the area and some lingering clouds will eventually give way to a good deal of sunshine later Friday in the wake of the cold front.
There is a cold front moving through the state Tuesday. It’s the same front that produced this weekend’s tornado outbreak over the Plains and Upper Midwest. However, this front has completely fizzled and barely has a sprinkle or even clouds with it for us.