Sunday was the warmest day since Oct. 6 of last year. Latest surface analysis shows a deep area of low pressure not too far from Chicago with a cold front trailing the low to the south-southwest.
Change is on the way after a gorgeous April afternoon.
A band of showers is now over the area and the activity should tend to shift farther east and dwindle away during the course of the afternoon, so the early part of the afternoon is the wettest.
Maryland is bracing for another small round of snow.
There is sunshine with most temperatures in the lower or middle 60s.
Satellite loop suggests that much of the area will see more clouds than sun Thursday afternoon, so we have gone that direction with the forecast.
Happy Tuesday! Latest weather maps and short-term guidance suggests that most of the area will be rain-free this afternoon.
Most of the showers that were left over Friday morning have moved away and the early afternoon will be largely dry (except at the shore).
We have some dry weather Friday for the most part, and a wind out of the southwest will allow for a warmer afternoon.
The regional radar is showing a few pockets of heavy rain occurring in the Delmarva Region early Thursday, which could cause some minor flooding issues.
Warm again Tuesday before we get a dose of December reality.
The next few days are expected to bring dry weather to the Mid-Atlantic States. Even though a front managed to push through Maryland Wednesday evening (and northwest winds between 8 and 10 p.m. gusted to between 20 and 30 mph), it didn’t bring any widespread clouds or showers.