Vacationers might be interested in visiting one of these under-the-radar national parks to get away from the large crowds and heavy traffic in the most popular parks, like Yosemite, Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon.
With the passing of a cold front overnight, it appears sunny and drier conditions are prevailing.
We need to mention spotty sprinkles or showers again Thursday afternoon. Otherwise short-term looks pretty much OK.
A moisture-starved cold front associated with the Great Lakes disturbance will cross the region this afternoon.
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.
An aquatic hitchhiker, which caused millions in damage, is being spotted in Maryland in the upper Chesapeake Bay.
Clouds should manage to dim the sun at times around here Wednesday. That plume of moisture in the mid and upper levels will eventually be pushing off shore early Wednesday night, and the sky should become mostly clear late Wednesday night.
While Friday is starting out fairly sunny and chilly, the afternoon will be quite mild. And as a cold front, which is currently bringing some shower activity to the eastern Great Lakes and Ohio early this morning, reaches the I-95 corridor this evening, there will at least be more in the way of clouds seen around here.
The great beginning to the day will feature a fair amount of sunshine, and winds generally out of the south and southwest will be fairly light.
A nice weather pattern– which we’ve been enjoying for much of the week– only looks like it’ll be every bit as pleasant Thursday and Friday.
Rounds of showers and thunderstorms will continue until the remnant center of Isaac clears us later this week.
A few showers and thunderstorms erupted over the central Appalachians Monday, and these managed to drift into Baltimore (at least the showers did) shortly after 7 o’clock Monday evening.