Maryland’s spring football game was a flashback to last year, when the offense struggled because of inexperience at the quarterback position.
Rainfall across the region will be about 1 inch. This rainfall will taper later Friday morning and we’ll have just a lingering shower or two in the afternoon. The p.m. drive will be much better than the a.m. one. We will likely even see a little sunshine later Friday afternoon and early evening.
We had another warm one Wednesday with some areas reaching record breaking temperatures!
A spring heat wave is breaking records around the Washington area.
Our average high is now up to 62 degrees. We not only went above average Monday, but soared through the 70s – topping out at 77 degrees.
We’re going to be experiencing some of the season’s warmest weather to date this week, but there are also some pretty strong signals that indicate it will be much cooler around here by Friday, too.
pring is here, finally and it’s a great time to stop and smell the flowers at the Rawlings Conservatory.
Our area was right on the freeze line of Monday’s storm. A few degrees either way was the difference between rain or snow.
Yes, it’s officially spring, the end of March, and we are getting our biggest snow of the season in some places. Now that’s not saying much when the highest amount at BWI-Marshall prior to Monday was 2″. So far, 2.1″ of snow has been reported at the aiport with a little more still possible. That will also bring our seasonal total closer to 7″ (4.8″ going into Monday).
It will “feel like” it’s in the 30s in most places Thursday afternoon, even though the sun will be out.
Spring may officially start on Wednesday, but Mother Nature is reminding us that it’s still officially winter.