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
Rainfall across the region will be about 1 inch. This rainfall will taper later Friday morning and we’ll have just a lingering shower or two in the afternoon. The p.m. drive will be much better than the a.m. one. We will likely even see a little sunshine later Friday afternoon and early evening.
A strong cold front will approach from our west bringing us widespread rainfall and the chance for scattered and gusty thunderstorms Thursday night through Friday’s morning commute.
We had another warm one Wednesday with some areas reaching record breaking temperatures!
A spring heat wave is breaking records around the Washington area.
Another unseasonably warm and gorgeous day is in store for us on Wednesday.
We’re going to be experiencing some of the season’s warmest weather to date this week, but there are also some pretty strong signals that indicate it will be much cooler around here by Friday, too.
Dry Wednesday, but still on the chilly side for this time of year with a good deal of sunshine. It’ll be breezy for a while, but we expect a high pressure system to settle into the Eastern Region late Wednesday, which will cause the wind to relax quite a bit.
Yes, it’s officially spring, the end of March, and we are getting our biggest snow of the season in some places. Now that’s not saying much when the highest amount at BWI-Marshall prior to Monday was 2″. So far, 2.1″ of snow has been reported at the aiport with a little more still possible. That will also bring our seasonal total closer to 7″ (4.8″ going into Monday).
It will “feel like” it’s in the 30s in most places Thursday afternoon, even though the sun will be out.