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.
We have a very tranquil period of weather in store for us this week. High pressure will dominate our forecast into the first half of the upcoming weekend.
Much of the Eastern region will see some warmer weather.
Our current surface map shows a ridge of high pressure over the mid-Atlantic and northeastern states providing us with plenty of sunshine and refreshing northeasterly flow.
We have some dry and cool conditions early Thursday.
Forecasters say Tropical Storm Dorian has formed in the eastern Atlantic and remains far from land.
The most prolonged stretch of #hot and #humid #weather this summer is upon us.
Frontal boundary and associated drying has made some decent progress into the area, so it looks like areas along I-95 will just have a shower or thunderstorm in spots Thursday afternoon while areas farther west and northwest are mostly rain-free.
A strong shortwave, or upper-level disturbance, that is currently located in the Ohio Valley will be digging into the eastern region over the next 48 hour.
Get ready for another busy hurricane season, maybe unusually wild, federal forecasters say.
The rest of the week is expected to be dry, pleasant and delightful.
Clouds associated with a coastal area of low pressure will continue to filter across the region Tuesday as an easterly component to our wind continues to kick in some Atlantic moisture.