Meteorologist Tim Williams
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.
So far, so good. The Orioles first ALCS game is underway.
As we continue to snap out of the bitterly cold air that has been gripping the entire region for more than two days, most places are either partly or mostly sunny.
The day is getting off to a rather mild start, but we are also looking at plenty of clouds and patchy fog for a while. The temperature should reach the lower 70s Thursday afternoon, and there will probably be a stray, passing shower before the day is through.
Rain is wrapping around our coastal low pressure system and it is going to continue to spin off of the Carolina Coast during the next 24-36 hours.
There is still some light snow currently falling in much of Delaware. The steady stuff should not get further west than that but there could be a few spotty rain or snow showers elsewhere.
A front has managed to settle into the mid-Atlantic region early Monday morning.
Marylanders should expect the storms and heat to continue throughout the week.
We’re still very optimistic about the weather around here over the next few days, with a good deal of sunshine expected during each of the next three. Temperatures Thursday afternoon and again Friday will be mostly in the middle and upper 70s.
While December may have some “tricks up its sleeve” in the long run, it certainly doesn’t look like there will be much eventful weather to talk about here over the next three or four days.
While temperatures did exceed our expectations Monday, the sky cover and lack of any rain were aspects of the forecast that were still pretty much “on target.” Tuesday, temperatures will probably still climb into the 60s, even despite plenty of clouds, as well as some fog and a bit of drizzle.
A decent day upcoming to conclude the weekend, but after that the pattern becomes more unsettled with several shots at rainfall. High pressure along the East Coast will give way overnight as a cold front approaches from the northwest. Any breaks in the clouds this early will fill later with a few showers pushing in during the overnight hours.