We’ll continue to experience some rather mild weather around here over the next couple of days, especially Thursday and on Friday.
In the wake of Wednesday’s very minor winter weather event, some paved surfaces that became wet late Wednesday could be slick for a while Thursday morning.
This winter’s unusually mild weather bodes well for taxpayers and local government, who stand to save a fair amount of money so long as temperatures stay high and snowplows stay parked.
Ahead of this front for us Saturday, we will have a little 8-16 mph breeze turning from the southwest. Those temperatures, though cooler than Friday, will still be up about 10 degrees above average.
Despite the sunshine Sunday, we only made it up to 34 degrees in the afternoon. It really does make such a difference, doesn’t it?
The winter chill has returned to Maryland, but only for a few days.
The stretch of mild weather continues. Even though it was cooler Sunday than the mid 60s of Friday and Saturday, we still hit 51 degrees. That is 10 degrees above average!
A high pressure system will maintain its control across the eastern third of the country today, tonight and tomorrow. It’ll promote not only dry weather, but unseasonably mild conditions.
On the weather map we have pretty strong high pressure centered down in the Southeast and a weak feature moving into southern Quebec that is producing some clouds and very little precipitation.
The next several days will be relatively quiet with a clipper-like system today well to our north and
little in the way of impact other than a few clouds and breezy conditions.