A cold front over the Great Lakes region will move into our area this afternoon. High pressure will settle in along the eastern seaboard this weekend. A cold front will move through the Mid-Atlantic Monday into Tuesday.
Tuesday’s weather will feature increasing sunshine and milder temperatures than what we saw Monday.
Several accidents are being blamed on icy roads and early morning fog Wednesday.
There is some patchy fog out there Friday morning, but satellite shows we should get out to a fairly sunny start with clouds building toward the afternoon.
As time continues to tick away on September, it looks as if our chances for seeing any more measurable rain this month in the greater Baltimore area are getting quite slim.
A Dense Fog Advisory in effect until 10 a.m. Thursday for several areas in Maryland.
Our chance at a big warmup this weekend was squashed by the fog.
Dense fog has affected Maryland for most of the day and it’s still sticking around portions of eastern Maryland.
The warmup continues. We got all the way to 57 degrees Saturday afternoon after starting out the day at 42 degrees. That low was already above our average high of 41 degrees this time of year.
Radar is showing some bands of rain or showers moving from west to east across the region, so I thought a simple wording of “rain at times” would work out for the afternoon.
If you stepped outside you probably noticed a thick and heavy fog settling in over the city.
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.