Meteorologist Tim Williams
It was an exciting day for thousands of local school children down at Camden Yard when the Orioles and WJZ along with MASN are hosted our 8th annual Weather Day Field Trip.
A summer-like pattern has taken over across the region.
High pressure continues to move into the area. Today will be another wonderful day, with plenty of sunshine and temperatures in the low 80s.
As some drier air above the boundary layer we’re expecting clouds in the area early today to start breaking for some sunshine in most of the coastal cities.
It’s going to be an exciting morning for thousands of local school children down at Orioles park.
Today will be a warmer day, with a blend of sun and clouds.
While yesterday was a rather windy and chilly day, it was also much drier than Saturday.
A high pressure system located in eastern Canada continues to spread dry air out across the Eastern Region early this morning.
As the latest storm heads out into the Atlantic early this morning, it has managed to leave behind a sloppy mess of snow, sleet and rain — especially in the Northeast.
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.
Meteorologist, Tim Williams, says colder air has definitely made a comeback early today.