A weakening storm will move our way Monday night into Tuesday. It will pump even warmer air our way ahead of it with a high of 68 degrees Monday.
A cold front is moving through Sunday night with a line of snow showers. It’s a fast-mover, but could be leaving a quick coating on lawns and cars before moving on.
We topped out at 53 degrees Saturday afternoon and are going right back up to near 50 again Sunday, despite a cold front moving through overnight.
In case you didn’t notice, a cold front has definitely made its way through Maryland.
Happy New Year, everyone! This new year is definitely bringing winds of change.
As we round out 2011, temperatures continue to run above average. We topped out at 52 degrees today and are going right back into the 50s again Saturday and Sunday.
Dry weather is anticipated in the Greater Baltimore Area over the next several days.
After having some rain over the last few days, high pressure has moved into the area today bringing nice weather.
This warm streak is coming to an end, at least temporarily.
Clouds will take over Wednesday and we may even get a little rain. But there’s a better chance for rain Wednesday night and Thursday as a new storm slowly drags over the state.
Another front will move through Wednesday and behind that, a fall-like airmass will move into the northern tier of the country.
Believe it or not, a cold front went through. It turned our winds around to the northwest, dropped our dewpoints/humidity significantly, but didn’t do much with the temperatures.