The southern storm skirted southern Maryland and the Eastern Shore with rain Saturday night and Sunday. Since that storm has now moved out to sea, the path has been opened for the colder air and Clipper storm to move our way from the northwest.
It hasn’t happened much this year, but Arctic air has invaded the mid-Atlantic. We dropped down to the teens and low 20s overnight, with the wind chill in the single digits.
Our taste of winter has come and gone. Now, another round of mild air is returning to Maryland.
A freezing rain advisory is in effect until 6 a.m. Monday.
It will be dry, but quite windy and turning colder with most temperatures winding up in the 30s Friday afternoon.
A low of 13 was recorded Wednesday morning at BWI, making it the coldest morning since February 11, when the low was also 13 degrees.
If you’re struggling to get the chill out of your bones, you’re not alone. Over the past 24 hours, “Old Man Winter” has made his presence felt in a big way.
The cold air has arrived, and it has come with a blast.
While December may have some “tricks up its sleeve” in the long run, it certainly doesn’t look like there will be much eventful weather to talk about here over the next three or four days.
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This warm streak is coming to an end, at least temporarily.
Not much to change. The only system of any significance throughout the forecast period is the upper-level low that developed from the trough that brought rain and cloud cover to the region over the past few days.