Thursday will be another mild day. Wednesday, we did get up to 57 degrees. Thursday’s forecast high is 50, but I can see it warmer if we don’t cloud up too soon.
We are looking at a relatively mild day Thursday with some peeks of sunshine.
The middle of March is known for its changing weather patterns, and even though Friday will probably end on a cloudy note, we will probably see a few hours of sunshine…Don’t get used to it!!
While Friday is starting out fairly sunny and chilly, the afternoon will be quite mild. And as a cold front, which is currently bringing some shower activity to the eastern Great Lakes and Ohio early this morning, reaches the I-95 corridor this evening, there will at least be more in the way of clouds seen around here.
Winds turning from the east and northeast early Friday to more of a southeasterly direction Friday afternoon, there’ll probably only be a few breaks in the clouds seen. This should limit most temperatures to the 40s across […]
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Clouds will be fairly widespread Monday, and as a low pressure system tracks eastward across the Tennessee Valley and into the Carolinas late Monday the greater Baltimore area will be on the northern fringes of precipitation.
Back at the start of this week, we identified Friday as one of those “cooler, but not necessarily COLDER” days behind this front. And, even though we should see a fair amount of sunshine, wind gusts could be as high as 30 miles per hour, which should start to relax Friday evening.
Temperatures, for the most part, will be in the lower or middle 50s. Later Wednesday and especially during the night, the main thrust of the precipitation associated with this push of milder air, or that being caused by […]
The latest mild surge of air in the Eastern Region pushed most temperatures well into the 50s Sunday afternoon. And, it looks like we’ll manage to squeeze two more warm days out of this pattern — and, of course, we mean “warm by early-December’s standards.” Assuming the guidance is “on the right track”, most temperatures during each of the next two days will be in the 60s.