Meteorologist Bernadette Woods
We have everything from a big warmup to another cool down to ice, thunderstorms, rain, and snow on the agenda this week. First up is the chance for ice.
There is a front passing through the state. It has drawn moisture up from the southern storm, and is bringing a few showers with it. So there will be spotty showers Wednesday into the first half of night before that front gets out of here. Even with the front and the clouds that it’s bringing, the mild air continues. We are going to top out in the low 50s, then close to 50 again Thursday and Friday. That’s still about 10 degrees above average.
The late start to the storm limited snowfall amounts in Baltimore County and the city. However, snow did pile up in other places.
In case you didn’t notice, a cold front has definitely made its way through Maryland.
The temperature swing continues, featuring the upward tick Tuesday. We started out the morning in the 40s and will keep rising into the low 50s Tuesday afternoon. However
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Rounds of rain will be heavy at times Wednesday with a couple of thunderstorms possible in the afternoon or evening. The winds are also going to pick up with this storm moving through. Winds could gust over 30 mph at times.
Enjoy the mild, dry conditions now because a new storm is on the way.
Another day but the same storm. Today, the center of the storm has drifted down into the Carolinas. That has kicked up our winds a bit and forced them around to the east. This easterly wind is keeping temperatures down a few degrees from yesterday while creating a huge moisture connection with the Atlantic. Rounds of showers and thunderstorms are being pulled into and across the state already and will continue tonight into tomorrow morning.
Despite the clouds out there today, we are warming up. We are already in the mid 70s at 2 p.m. and it will be even warmer tomorrow. However, tomorrow’s low 80s will come with the price of thunderstorms – and the chance for severe thunderstorms.
Winter Weather Advisory goes into effect at 4 p.m. and will continue through 6 a.m. Wednesday.