Although temps are running about a degree higher than yesterday at this time, the presence of some clouds and a wind flow off the bay should hold temps in the low 80s.
The weather won’t be so bad today, despite a stalled cold front to the north and Ana to the south we will be under the remnants of high pressure today.
Yesterday was a nice day, with the high at BWI reaching 83.
A high pressure system, currently anchored over the Carolinas, will slowly advance offshore through tomorrow, but remain a significant influence to our weather.
The surface analysis shows a pressure trough from the eastern St. Lawrence Valley south into the Hudson River Valley and into New Jersey.
Lots of clouds and a cooler day will be followed by a really fine stretch of warmer and mainly sunny weather!
An interesting day of weather across the area.
After a cool start, Saturday was a relatively dreary April day with BWI getting to 52 with plenty of clouds.
Today, there will be less wind across the Northeast, and also no less than partial sunshine.
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.