Seasonably mild temperatures have moved into the region, but rain is preventing most Marylanders from taking advantage of the break in winter weather.
A slow-progressing, long upper trough will be the dominant weather feature across the center of the country Sunday.
High pressure will be the rule the next couple of days with sunshine and rising temperatures.
The main part of the storm that dumped heavy rain in the area Friday has moved well off to the northeast. There will be some showers and thunderstorms around each of the next three days, but we’ll go back to the less organized showers, similar to Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this past week.
Storms on the way, then a huge weather pattern change to follow.
Not much to change this morning other than to bring temperatures up tomorrow as the eventual
placement of the warm front is better handled (we believe).
Maryland emergency management officials are urging residents to use caution as heavy rains approach the
state bringing the potential for flooding.
We are getting a break from the rain today, but another round is on the way.
Prince William County fire officials say heavy rains are flooding some roads in the county.