Low pressure will continue to keep unsettled weather conditions across the region, but the worst of the activity will be closer to the coastline.
Get the rain gear out. If you are made of sugar and will melt if you get wet, find a cave.
The major snow that fell Sunday night and early Monday has ended, but the cold air still lingers.
Maryland’s no good, very bad winter continues with a system passing to our south.
We’ll continue to experience some rather mild weather around here over the next couple of days, especially Thursday and on Friday.
There will be some showers, or maybe a period of rain and drizzle, in parts of the area late Friday night and Saturday morning. The best chance will be in the southern and eastern parts of the viewing area.
Clouds have been on the increase throughout the afternoon Monday with skies sitting mostly cloudy to overcast across the region.
Get used to the clouds. They are going to be here a while.
We are stuck in the muck. Fog hasn’t budged Monday, occasionally giving way to light rain and drizzle. A dense fog advisory is in effect through Tuesday morning, since the fog is going to remain thick through then.
The rain, drizzle and fog have arrived. A dense fog advisory has been posted from Frederick County eastward overnight, while areas of rain and drizzle will continue to move across the state. This is only one part of the storm.
Rain is on the way. A new storm is already making its way across Maryland.
The clouds have now given way to rain and drizzle, all thanks to an old tropical disturbance moving through. Expect rounds of rain and drizzle, while a northeast wind keeps temperatures in the 60s. The storm responsible for this round of rain will move off to the north tomorrow. However, another storm will quickly follow.