After a day filled with sunshine and a high of 43 degrees, there is a little hiccup coming Saturday night before warmer air makes a run at the Mid-Atlantic.
Yes, sunshine returned Tuesday, along with gusty winds.
We are stuck in the muck. Fog hasn’t budged Monday, occasionally giving way to light rain and drizzle. A dense fog advisory is in effect through Tuesday morning, since the fog is going to remain thick through then.
Temperatures will be mostly in the upper 40s Thursday. Temperatures will wind up in the 20s in most of the typically colder outlying areas and the 30s along the coast and in most of the bigger cities Thursday night
Warm again Tuesday before we get a dose of December reality.
Sunshine is coming our way this week.
After morning low clouds and fog, hazy sunshine dominated the afternoon. It also made for a beautiful sunset. Temperatures topped out right around the average of 50 degrees. Even though we have more clouds moving our way, we also have warmer air coming.
The dry, cool air has arrived. Sunshine will fill the day, but not help temperatures much. We are only rising to the upper 40s for highs – back below the average of 57 degrees. We are going to stay below that average right into next week.
The great beginning to the day will feature a fair amount of sunshine, and winds generally out of the south and southwest will be fairly light.
It was a very typical fall day outside. We topped out at the average of 66 degrees, after starting out in the 40s.
A cold front will move through from the northwest Friday afternoon accompanied by scattered to broken cloud cover but no rain.
Sunshine has returned, thanks to a cold front moving through the Mid-Atlantic. The front has kicked up the winds and mixed up the atmosphere, allowing morning drizzle and fog to give way to some sunshine Wednesday afternoon.