Isaac’s remnant center is still spinning to our west (over southern Indiana/northern Kentucky), but yesterday’s front continues to draw its moisture our way. That’s why we had the clouds, spotty rain, and drenching thunderstorms today.
The sky early Friday morning is clear to partly cloudy, and we’ve had a very warm night, with most lows in the mid and upper 70s. The official high temperature at BWI Thursday was 99, but the Inner Harbor (Maryland Science Center) was 103.
Big changes coming on the temperature front – just in time for the weekend.
Chance of thunderstorms tomorrow morning or midday as well with high humidity.
Good morning. Nothing new to report this morning so we’ll go with the same theme as yesterday. A deep upper-level trough will continue to slowly work eastward while a blocking high strengthens over the Atlantic. […]
It’s another warm one today. At 1 p.m., it already hit 80 degrees. This makes it 3 days in a row with highs in the 80s. We have another warm one tomorrow before things start to chance.
Yesterday’s / last night’s rain has ended. However, as an impulse of upper-level energy rotates around a trough axis located in the Eastern Region this afternoon, there could be a brief, passing shower. Temperatures will be in the mid and upper-50s, and there should also be some sunshine out there today. Some clearing is likely tonight.
There will be a couple of quiet days ahead and we should enjoy them while they last since it is still February and the potential for problem weather is still high. Some of those problems may show up later in the weekend and/or early next week.
What a day! You don’t get many 50 degree days in mid/late January. Enjoy it now, because colder air is on the way…in addition to some snow.