It is cold enough for precipitation to start out as snow, which is expected to begin mid- to late morning.
Clouds from Fridays’ daylong shower event have pushed off to the east. Clouds are now breaking for a good amount of sun for this early Saturday.
Our low-level flow has started to turn out of the south tonight, allowing for warmth and moisture to begin advecting into the region.
We’ve been socked in with clouds today as high pressure to our north resulted in a moist easterly flow across the region.
Partly cloudy skies cover the region early this morning with temperatures in the mid 20s to low 30s.
Temperatures will be moderating some tomorrow and Monday before a possible minor setback in the trend Tuesday.
The busiest travel day of the year is seeing the gamut of winter weather.
Winter weather is moving into Maryland! Parts of the state are under a Winter Weather Advisory for snow, sleet and freezing rain.
Winds and cold temperatures will combine to create RealFeel temperatures in the lower 20s today, and it will feel more like January than late November.
An arctic air mass is moving in and there is enough energy associated with it to bring a flurry to spots Saturday night and Sunday, mainly north and west.
Overall… things turned out pretty much right on target during the past 24 hours.
According to the storm prediction center, a whopping 70 tornadoes were reported during Sunday’s outbreak in the Midwest, including at least one EF-4 tornado packing winds between 166-200mph.