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.
We are looking at one of the quietest stretches of weather in quite some time.
We are locked in that same weather pattern we have been talking about since the storms got out of here Friday night.
While Friday will be a bit on the breezy side, there will be plenty of sunshine and the afternoon will be quite pleasant.
We’re done with rain for at least a while. The same front and developing wave of low pressure that caused several hours of rain late yesterday and early last night is now consolidating over New England, and pulling all of the rain out to sea.
A bit more sun Wednesday afternoon than previously expected. In the afternoon there will be sun with some clouds, which would not develop until peak daytime heating. It does not look like there will be any threat for thunder through the morning hours. Rainfall will move in around the 3 a.m. time frame.
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.
After an upper-level feature (some people may call it a secondary cold front or a trough) moves through the region this morning, high pressure begins to build in and it will last through tomorrow
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.
In the wake of Wednesday’s very minor winter weather event, some paved surfaces that became wet late Wednesday could be slick for a while Thursday morning.
Six more weeks of winter is predicted by our heralded rodent. But considering we just hit a Wednesday daytime high of 70 degrees, we’ll take it.
Most temperatures will be in the 50s, with some neighborhood thermometers in Maryland, Delaware and southeastern Pennsylvania hitting 60.