A frontal zone separating hot summery air from cooler Atlantic air will stretch from eastern Ontario to just east of the Delaware River. Moisture converging across the frontal zone will bring patchy clouds and a few scattered mainly afternoon thunderstorms north of the city.
A few showers during the night have brought some welcome rain to the Greater Baltimore Area, but most of these have been very light, only managing about a tenth of an inch.
It’s been a part of Baltimore for more than a quarter of a century. The Lady Maryland is a living classroom, providing hands-on educational programming for thousands of students.
Calling it windy rather than breezy Thursday afternoon as some gusts are exceeding 30 knots and we took the high up slightly.
Rain overspreads the area this morning and continues into the afternoon – most of the rain will be light– totaling 0.20-0.40 in most places. Patchy fog will occur in the damp air.
Dry weather is anticipated in the Greater Baltimore Area over the next several days.
A large ridge of high pressure is still dominating the eastern weather scene early today, bringing a mainly clear sky and yielding temperatures mostly in the 30s and 40s.
On the surface weather map this morning we have strong high pressure centered across upstate New York delivering plenty of dry, cool low level air.
An upper-air disturbance has been hanging back to the west today, even though it’s trying to clear the coast. The cold air aloft has still helped to trigger a shower and brief downpour in parts of the area this afternoon.
Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin says he won’t be able to speak before an ecosystems conference in Baltimore because of an expected vote in Washington on the raising the nation’s debt ceiling.
There was lots of excitement at the Inner Harbor Monday morning as the Pride of Baltimore II left on a long goodwill mission.
The Pride of Baltimore II will be setting sail on a five-month voyage to ports along the East Coast, Great Lakes and in Canada.