An upper low currently centered over Ontario will slowly creed eastward into northern New England and Atlantic Canada in the coming days which will keep us in a cool pattern through the weekend and even into early next week.
A warm front will lift across the region overnight bringing rainfall into the predawn hours on Monday.
Yesterday’s weather will be hard to beat in the coming week, as cooler air will tend to dominate the pattern, especially later on.
Despite being under a more settled part of the nation on Saturday, a weak shortwave will be passing over Upstate New York and New England today.
Today is yet another fantastic day with temp already well above average for this time of year.
We finally had a pleasant day yesterday with plenty of sunshine, and BWI reached 64.
Cold air damming won out yesterday, but we have clearly broken free of that today with temperatures in the 60s and plenty of sunshine.
Cold air damming definitely won out yesterday, as we really never saw the sun or temperatures nearly as warm as we expected.
After a really nice day Monday, some clouds and showers are on tap tomorrow, as a quick moving system will approach from the west.
The base of a strong, upper level trough has edged off the eastern seaboard as of early this morning.
Expect winter-like conditions today with a breeze, clouds and limited sun, and isolated flurries and snow showers, some mixed with rain, are likely across the viewing area today, especially later.
Ready for 70 degrees. I am talking about me, and you?