Meteorologist Tim Williams’ Weather Blog
The rain which soaked much of the area late on Wednesday night and early yesterday has moved on.
The current coastal low will continue to move out to the ENE through the afternoon.
A cool and comfortable start to this Purple Friday.
Orioles fans will call this an Orange Wednesday because of the team. Well, Mother Nature may be a Baltimore baseball fan, because the sun is shining a nice orange glow on Birdland.
As the latest wave of low pressure moves swiftly across the area and heads out into the Atlantic this afternoon, rain during this morning’s rush hours will be more of a “nuisance” than anything else. […]
We’re headed for the upper 80s this afternoon.
We are looking at a very warm week …. warmest so far this year (on average).
High pressure centered over Pennsylvania is bringing many of us our coldest ( and in some outlying area frost) weather so far this season this morning.
A front has managed to settle into the mid-Atlantic region early Monday morning.
After the basically no-show of Saturday’s “winter” storm, we will have a chilly day Sunday. With this winter’s wimpy showing, Sunday may go down as one of the chilliest days of the winter of 2011-2012.
Moisture, well in advance of an arctic front that is now stretching from the St. Lawrence Valley to Lake Erie then southward across the Tennessee Valley, and to the north of an upper level disturbance that is starting to develop low pressure near the coast of North Carolina is resulting in steady precipitation across the area right now with some snow to the northwest and rain to the southeast.