A cold front is moving through Sunday night with a line of snow showers. It’s a fast-mover, but could be leaving a quick coating on lawns and cars before moving on.
We topped out at 53 degrees Saturday afternoon and are going right back up to near 50 again Sunday, despite a cold front moving through overnight.
The winter storm has come and gone. It left an average of 1-2.5″ of snow in its wake from a D.C.-Baltimore line northwestward, and a coating to 1″ for AA County over to the Eastern Shore.
Despite the sunshine Sunday, we only made it up to 34 degrees in the afternoon. It really does make such a difference, doesn’t it?
The winter chill has returned to Maryland, but only for a few days.
The stretch of mild weather continues. Even though it was cooler Sunday than the mid 60s of Friday and Saturday, we still hit 51 degrees. That is 10 degrees above average!
We topped out at 66 degrees Saturday afternoon. That is way above the average of 41 degrees, but not quite the record of 74 degrees.
A low of 13 was recorded Wednesday morning at BWI, making it the coldest morning since February 11, when the low was also 13 degrees.