A cold front has brought very little rain to the region today with more in the way of cloud cover.
The band of showers associated with the next cold front that is expected to pass through is well out to our west. We will be mostly dry throughout the day Wednesday, but will allow for a stray shower to move in overnight.
While it took nearly the entire weekend for clouds to eventually begin to break up, Monday is looking like it will be nicer overall!
Rain is wrapping around our coastal low pressure system and it is going to continue to spin off of the Carolina Coast during the next 24-36 hours.
The unusual warmth for early October that we’ve been experiencing lately is expected to continue over the next few days.
Tropical Storm Karen has formed in the Gulf of Mexico. The U.S. National Hurricane Center projection puts the storm in the form of a tropical depression right on top of Maryland by Tuesday.
We’ve got another great week of weather on tap for us Monday as September draws close to an end. Rain will, in fact, be hard to come by over the next several days.
Summer is not over yet! We are sweltering in September.
Temperatures are back on the uptick Saturday and a milder night ahead of the front that crosses the area from north to south Sunday midday.
We have some dry and cool conditions early Thursday.
The day is getting off to a much more comfortable start than Tuesday, and we expect this nicer trend to continue for the balance of the day, and the rest of the workweek.
We’ve managed to make it through most of the Labor Day weekend without excessive rainfall. There have been a few showers and thunderstorms scattered to isolated across the region and a few more are popping up in NE Maryland around Cecil County.