The breeze and chill that settled in Saturday are still here, and will linger through Monday. We only made it to 39 degrees Sunday for our high. Although there will be more sunshine Monday, we are still only going to 42 – solidly below the average of 49 degrees.
A huge trough has set up in the jetstream over the East Coast. That is allowing cold air to pour right out of Canada straight down into Florida, where freeze watches and warnings have been posted.
The flurries today have come and gone, but the winds and cold continue. We are going to the 20s overnight and then only 30s again tomorrow afternoon.
The cold really settled in Sunday. We only topped out at 32 degrees with the wind chill hanging in the teens most of the afternoon. The gusty winds are going to continue Sunday night. So while temperatures drop to the teens, the wind chill will be in the single digits.
We have settled into a weather pattern that will keep cold air carved over the Northeast, while ushering a few different Clipper storms through the Mid-Atlantic.
Wave of low pressure really enhanced especially over the eastern shore Friday morning where some places got several inches of snow in a few hours time. As that feature heads out to sea, we keep the cold and gusty wind Friday afternoon
with varying amounts of sun and clouds.
Some brave souls took an icy plunge into the Chesapeake Bay to support Special Olympics Maryland.
Snow is falling all over Maryland. Several school systems across the state dismissed students early and canceled afternoon and evening activities.
More winter weather is moving into the region Friday after a very cold week. Here’s what you can expect.
Some snow will be moving into the area Friday afternoon.
A pretty decent area of snow has managed to coat the Greater Baltimore Area during the night.
It’s cold outside, but it’s hard to believe just how cold.