Labor Day Weekend
Here are some helpful tips to keep costs down while enjoying a safe and enjoyable trip over the Labor Day weekend.
The Grand Prix of Baltimore is getting ready to roar in for Labor Day weekend and final preparations are underway. But there are fears that this year could be the last for the popular race weekend.
Warmer weather is going to be common across much of the Eastern Region over the next few days, as a high pressure system continues to spread out across the Midwest and Great Lakes.
After a number of organizational changes at the top, the Baltimore Grand Prix is a go. Andretti Sports Marketing has signed a deal to organize the weekend event.
Chances are, a lot of you are winding down your holiday weekend and getting ready for a road trip back home.
Other than a stray thunderstorm firing up this afternoon in the far northwestern areas, the next chance for thunderstorms will be very late in the day Monday and Monday night.
The American Le Mans Series is taking place Saturday that features cars like Ferraris and Porsches. This is exactly what fans have been waiting for, and now that it is here, they cannot get enough of it.
Warmer, more humid air returning on backside of weakening high pressure moving off to the east and, while many spots will be dry today, there is enough moisture and instability to combing with an weak upper-level disturbance to allow a shower or thunderstorm to pop-up this afternoon into this evening with the best chance of that off to the north and west…just played as a mention in the forecast.
On Friday, plenty of sun and mild to warm conditions will abound everywhere with temperatures in the low 80s.
There’s good news if you’re hitting the road for the Labor Day holiday.
In just a week and a half, the Grand Prix will zoom into town. The event will shine a national spotlight on Charm City.
The Baltimore Grand Prix is less than three weeks away, but festivities start earlier than Labor Day weekend.