Temperatures will drop from the 60s Monday to 40s Tuesday.
Colder air is moving into Maryland, creating clouds and spotty showers as it arrives.
There will be high clouds and some mid clouds Sunday as high pressure slides to our east and some of the moisture coming out well in advance of the next storm system streaks northeastward.
We have a couple of showers to contend with early — since there is still an upper-level low pressure system that is rotating/spinning its wheels over western portions of New York State and Pennsylvania.
Sunshine returned Sunday, helping temperatures jump back up to 50 degrees. That’s even with a gusty northwest wind at times. The wind will die down overnight, allowing temperatures to really drop. It’s going to be another nice one Monday with sunshine and temperatures in the upper 40s/near 50. That’s before the clouds come in Monday night and a new storm system moves our way.
What a beautiful day! The sun is out and temperatures are in the low 50s Tuesday. Enjoy it, because we have a new storm moving our way Wednesday. This is a borderline storm for us, but we could see some wet snowfall accumulations by the time it gets out of here overnight Wednesday.
After a cold start with temperatures in the teens (18 degrees at BWI-Marshall), we topped out at 43 degrees this afternoon.
This is the coldest air mass we have had in at least two years.
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