After a gorgeous stretch of weather, you’re going to have to get those umbrellas out. Tuesday will be one of the wettest days we’ve seen in awhile here in Baltimore.
Newly formed Hurricane Bertha was churning northward Monday far from land, posing no direct threat to the U.S. East Coast.
For those who are planning their weekend activities, the upcoming one doesn’t look too kind to us.
High pressure in the western Atlantic continue to influence our forecast.
For many locations in the Northeast, its looking more and more like Wednesday will be the last day we can say (with a high level of confidence) that no rain will fall in the big cities and most communities located near the coast.
Warm and humid this day start. Hot and humid later. Also later on we will watch for rain/t-storms in the area.
I hope ya had a good weekend. Weather-wise, Sunday was kind of bla, and that will continue Monday and Tuesday.
When he tells his kids about his first complete game in the majors, Kevin Gausman will have a heck of a story to share — if he skips the part about the game being called by rain after 4 1/2 innings.
Keep in your toes over the next 36 hours.
Maryland is bracing for severe weather, which could bring heavy rain, high wind and even an isolated tornado to the region Monday.
Massive cleanup across the state after powerful storms rip through Maryland, causing death, destruction and widespread power outages.
There were bad storms Tuesday night. Bad. Wednesday, it is a completely different dynamic for t-storms later on.