A cold front approaching the region from the northwest has helped to spread some clouds into parts of the area which is resulting in temperatures that are several degrees milder than last night.
TGIS! Hey if we can say TGIF, then TGIS certainly works!!
Yesterday we talked about the deluge that occurred in the Baltimore area.
Not since 1933 has Baltimore recorded a rainfall that matched Tuesday’s deluge.
It has been a day of wild weather to say the least! We had the perfect set-up today for heavy rain with a very juicy air mass along with high dewpoints and p-wat values.
Find that umbrella. THE headline.
Another warm and dry day on tap for the region today.
An area of high pressure over the Great Lakes is going to keep our weather dry over the next couple of days.
We are enjoying a somewhat cooler day today, compared to the warmer temps of yesterday.
Frontal zone moving in from the north will be the cause of a couple of showers and a thunderstorm around the area this afternoon into the evening.
Current surface map shows a stalled frontal boundary strung along the east coast from New England down into the panhandle of Florida.
With the trough over the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley today, we can expect a moist flow, coupled with pockets of energy, to bring scattered shower and thunderstorm activity to the region.