The winds will diminish later today and it’s done.
An arctic front will move into the city this afternoon and evening.
The coldest air of the winter and the coldest since last February is over the mid-Atlantic region right now.
Snow began falling across the Baltimore metro region this morning and is expected to continue through the early afternoon.
If you have been asking where winter is… you won’t be asking that question for the rest of the week.
The cold air in the lowest parts of the atmosphere is slowly getting scoured out this morning as temperatures have risen into the 40s everywhere and the threat for ice has clearly ended.
This high is creating a classic cold airdamming set up across the eastern US and will keep cold air in place today.
The change in climate could cause blackouts in cities along the eastern coast. WJZ’s Tracey Leong explains why Baltimore is at a greater risk and when we could see power outages.
Let’s keep it simple today, just like the weather itself. Sunny this afternoon, clear tonight, and Sunny tomorrow. Simple. Temps on the chilly side of seasonal, but no big HIT of cold. Simple.
It has been a very seasonable Tuesday in December.
The rain will arrive by mid-to-late afternoon then come to an end later tonight with clouds breaking tomorrow.
Latest surface analysis shows high pressure centered over the Carolinas early this morning and a general ridge at the surface along much of the Eastern Seaboard.