Residents in the small western Maryland town of McCoole face water-use restrictions due to dry weather.
The size of the Chesapeake Bay’s low oxygen “dead zone” is down and dry weather is getting the credit.
Windy and dry weather conditions are leading to precautions on the lower portion of Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
It’s been a spectacular stretch of days. However, while we have been benefiting from lots of sunshine, the rainfall deficit continues to grow.
After an incredible stretch of sunshine and dry weather, our rainfall deficit really started to grow. Going into Saturday, we were down 1.82″ for the month and 2.81″ for the year.
A high pressure system will maintain its control across the eastern third of the country today, tonight and tomorrow. It’ll promote not only dry weather, but unseasonably mild conditions.