High pressure early Sunday morning is situated off the New England coast, just south of Nova Scotia. It is a rather large area of high pressure, which has wedged itself along the central and southern Appalachians.
On the weather map we have high pressure centered over upstate New York Saturday morning.
Well, it doesn’t end Tuesday… there is more sunshine and dry weather in store for the greater Baltimore area.
Any leftover clouds this morning will give way to a good deal of afternoon sunshine.
Sky cover a little tricky Saturday with southerly flow around departing high and ahead of the approaching front.
Unlike the past two days, which have brought us unlimited sunshine, there will be a few high and mid-level clouds around Friday.
High pressure is promoting clear skies and light winds over the area early this morning.
Looks like we are in shape for nice weather this weekend.
After a relatively cool day Monday, the heat and humidity have returned! Summer isn’t ready to “throw in the towel” just yet!
Although it is now meteorological fall, and solar autumn has been here for quite some time now, it is still astronomical summer.
The weather map reveals a cold front that extends down from an area of low pressure in Atlantic Canada, through the Northeast and into the Ohio Valley.
Tonight lows will dip into the lower 60s here in central MD, thanks to some extra cloud cover moving in.