We are starting to see the warmer air filtering in and cooling as it connects with the snow-covered ground. The problem that will create is a bit of fog and visibility concerns. Temperatures in Baltimore […]
A winter storm watch has been issued by the NWS and goes into effect starting Sunday morning and lasting through Monday morning.
The weather is in the midst of a huge change, and some winter weather could be coming our way.
The main low center is moving up into New England but there is a second center near the N.C. coast and a couple of waves of showers will come through during Wednesday afternoon.
While the week got off to a dry start Monday, moisture is already starting to take over what’s left of this dry air that was provided by a ridge of high pressure.
There can be a few breaks in the clouds during the midday hours, but overall the afternoon is looking rather cloudy. There will be another batch or two of showers moving across the area from the west.
We still have a couple of days of seasonable conditions to get through before the arctic blast makes it to us.
High pressure will continue to push east Tuesday afternoon. Winds will continue to be on the breezy side out of the northwest helping to usher in cold and dry Canadian air.
A cold front crossed our area around daybreak, dropping temps from the upper 40s, quickly to the 30s and yes… it even produced some snowflakes in parts of the area.
Maryland may see a little snow early Tuesday morning.
More clouds than sun will be the name of the game for the rest of Tuesday and Wednesday as temps continue to trend mild. We will top out Tuesday with highs in the mid/upper 50s and then low 60s for Wednesday.
A narrow line of heavy rain and gusty wind crossed the area Friday morning and is heading off to the east. Despite lack of lightning, it did trigger the issuance of some watches and warnings for parts of the area.