Meteorologist Tim Williams’ Weather Blog
The slow moving low pressure system will continue to sit and spin over New England today allowing for the northwest flow and chilly conditions. We will climb a few degrees warmer today than we were […]
The transition from an unsettled weather pattern to a more tranquil one, especially when there’s a strong, upper-level low pressure system involved, can take an average of two to four days.
Temperatures, for the most part, will be no higher than the upper 30s this afternoon.
Just when we had finally gotten rid of ONE potent storm over the weekend, we now will need to start preparing for another.
The sky is partly to mostly cloudy early today.
We’re emerging from the ‘murkiness’ of yesterday with a crisp, dry and chillier air mass taking over the reigns this morning.
Chillier air will prevail across the Eastern Region until further notice.
Stuck between one system off shore and another developing system diving through the Great Lakes the Baltimore region will remain fairly quiet.
Following yesterday’s rainfall, we will be moving closer to fall over the next couple of days.
Throughout the entire region, most temperatures this afternoon will still manage to reach the upper 60s and lower 70s, even though clouds will only be breaking for limited sunshine.
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.