Gray and damp Wednesday as a cold front backed our way from the coast.
The radar loop suggests that we will remain in a pretty constant rainfall pattern for the next several hours with some embedded pockets of heavier rainfall.
Clouds will be fairly widespread Monday, and as a low pressure system tracks eastward across the Tennessee Valley and into the Carolinas late Monday the greater Baltimore area will be on the northern fringes of precipitation.
As a cool front continues to push eastward into central Pennsylvania and in upstate New York, a line of showers (albeit weakening as of this writing) is following it.
Expect some rain the next few days.
The regional radar mosaic early Thursday morning is showing a few weak echoes that are trying to creep into the area from the south and west.
We are in a lull between systems but it is still damp, drizzly and dreary. The rain will become heavier again as we head toward evening and into the nighttime hours with the short wave from the Tennessee Valley heading northeast.
There’ll be dry weather today, but the sun we encounter early will start to fade behind increasing and thickening clouds this afternoon.