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A well-defined short-wave trough will continue to cause some showers and thunderstorms to start the day across our area.
Chance of thunderstorms tomorrow morning or midday as well with high humidity.
Everything worked out as expected yesterday across the region with low humidity and temperatures in the mid 90s.
Well, we missed out on needed rainfall yesterday as a series of frontal systems moved through the region, and in the wake of these fronts will come drier and slightly “cooler” air.
We experience more heat and humidity today with temperatures in the mid- to upper-90s. A heavy downpour is expected tonight. Keep those umbrellas handy!
Humidity decreases because of Monday’s thunderstorms, but temperatures will climb back to the high 90s by Friday. Weekend looks warmer with chances of thunderstorms.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be more widespread today.
Temperatures are no lower than the 80s in most places early this morning. And, with such high humidity, it actually “feels like” it’s in the lower-90s as of 4:30 a.m. in parts of the Greater Baltimore area!
Yesterday’s cold front has come and gone, but it’s not going to cool things down much. We are already starting the day in the 70s, and heading right back up to the mid 90s. However, the heat and humidity/dewpoints are only going to intensify the second half of the week.
Mostly sunny today, albeit bit hotter and more humid with an upper-level ridge expanding further eastward and southwesterly winds increasing.
Here comes another round of heat and mugginess.