What a difference! The front that moved into Maryland yesterday has slowed down significantly, and is still draped along I-95 this evening.
Severe thunderstorm watch in effect from Frederick County east to the Atlantic through 9 PM. Numerous severe thunderstorm warnings are following the strong line of thunderstorms as it crosses the state.
We got a break from the heat, but it’s on its way back.
After a patch of morning clouds, sunshine ruled the day again. Those clouds did keep our high down to 75 degrees, although it certainly felt much warmer than that if you were in the sun.
What a stretch of weather! If you have been enjoying the current weather, you are going to like the rest of the weekend.
We are locked in this same weather pattern that we have been talking about since Saturday– at least for one more day.
Still wrapping up the tornado assessments from Friday, while a new round of severe weather moves our way Sunday evening. Before we get into this, it will NOT be anything like Friday.
In general, cool and unsettled weather will prevail for the upcoming week as a large low pressure gyre aloft (around 10,000-20,000 feet) over Ontario early Sunday morning settles south across the Northeast and stalls.
What a day! Fortunately, the stormy weather from yesterday is gone– but not before leaving a lot of destruction behind.
Another beautiful day here in Baltimore, while signs of Tropical Storm Alberto move up the coast.
A tropical storm system is headed toward Maryland in the next couple of days. Tropical Storm Alberto formed just off the coast of South Carolina Saturday afternoon and is whipping up winds of up to 60 mph.
We have our first named tropical system of the year!