Have you been asking yourself “Where is the heat?” Believe it or not, we haven’t had a high temperature in the 90s in 17 days!
We may see a few peaks of sunshine by the afternoon, but overall the theme should be more clouds than sun.
Some dry weather for Friday as a ridge of high pressure temporarily builds into the mid-Atlantic states. The sky should average partly sunny (“brightest during the morning,” but there will be some fair-weather clouds bubbling up Friday afternoon), and most temperatures will be in the mid and upper 80s.
Well the heavy rainfall is now training over and east of the Chesapeake Bay and this looks to continue through early Thursday afternoon.
Public health officials say the state’s first heat-related death for 2013 has been confirmed.
The first front will slide eastward today and ahead of it we will have plenty of clouds and a couple of rounds of showers and a thunderstorm. Much like we saw last evening and overnight, the rain can be occasionally heavy with a moisture laden atmosphere.
Keep the umbrella handy! Chances for rain showers are in the forecast for the next several days.
The past two days of sunny skies and pleasant conditions will continue due to high pressure.
We are in for much cooler and wetter weather conditions for the next couple of days.
High pressure will firmly be in control Friday through Saturday giving us a tranquil weather pattern with a good deal of sunshine.
With the passing of a cold front overnight, it appears sunny and drier conditions are prevailing.
Clouds will break off and on throughout the day as temps climb to near 70 degrees