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.
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.
Sunshine is coming our way this week.
Federal aviation officials say fog is causing flight delays in Baltimore.
While there could be some breaks in the clouds early, there should be some fog developing once again late Thursday night. The ideas are still intact that high pressure Friday and on Saturday should bring no less than partial sunshine and unseasonably warm afternoons.
With plenty of low clouds and fog along the Eastern Shore and in some areas close to the Bay early Thursday, there will be some sunshine from midday onward. Temperatures will manage to approach 80, but it probably won’t quite get there.
It is warming back to near 70 degrees Saturday. However there is some moisture in the lower levels of the atmosphere.
A large amount of low-level moisture has caused patchy dense fog across central Maryland.
Even though there were a lot of clouds around today, temperatures started to climb upwards. We topped out at 63 degrees, and there were a lot of people in the 70s and 80s just off to southwest in West Virginia and Virginia.