Temperatures Thursday afternoon will be no higher than the lower 50s. Thursday night, even though the sky may be partly cloudy early, the prevailing thoughts are that some low clouds will be returning to much of the coastal plain after midnight.
Dry, quiet and seasonably cool weather is the rule across the area Monday morning with high pressure in control of much of the eastern third of the nation
Rain-free weather is expected for most of the region through the remainder of the day; however, since there is a front still located in the Carolinas and strong daytime heating will kick in later on, we cannot rule out a shower or thunderstorm Wednesday afternoon entirely, especially in the higher elevations of Maryland’s western panhandle.
From mid-morning onward, any leftover clouds will break for plenty of sunshine, and Friday afternoon will be hot and more humid than recent days.
What a stretch of weather! If you have been enjoying the current weather, you are going to like the rest of the weekend.
We’ve got a stretch of some very nice weather headed our way. Even though there are some low clouds Thursday morning, especially near the Bay and along the Eastern Shore, these will manage to break for […]
We’re still very optimistic about the weather around here over the next few days, with a good deal of sunshine expected during each of the next three. Temperatures Thursday afternoon and again Friday will be mostly in the middle and upper 70s.
Plenty of sunshine is coming our way.
The gusty winds did bring in some colder air – at least for a day. That has been the trend all season.
The temperature swing continues, featuring the upward tick Tuesday. We started out the morning in the 40s and will keep rising into the low 50s Tuesday afternoon. However
It will be dry, but quite windy and turning colder with most temperatures winding up in the 30s Friday afternoon.
If we can’t get a white Christmas, today is a good alternative. We topped out at 48 degrees, above the average of 43, with a lot of sunshine.