Tim Williams’ Weather Blog
As of early this morning, upper low pressure continues to spiral over the Great Lakes.
A highly anomalous upper low pressure system for late June is cutting off over the Great Lakes this morning.
The heavy rain and thunderstorms that have been impacting the region overnight are pushing off the coast.
High pressure continues to move to the east of the region this morning, as the remnants from Tropical Storm Bill continue to move across the Appalachians toward the area.
Tropical moisture today into tomorrow with showers and heavier thunderstorms around.
A frontal boundary separating drier, warm conditions to our north, from hot and steamy conditions to our south will be the main driver of our weather over the next week.
A cold front that has been draped across the region over the past few days will linger around today, allowing for showers and heavy thunderstorms this afternoon and evening.
The unsettled pattern is obvious as we look at the radar this morning, a few patchy showers and even a batch of steadier rain can be seen impacting the I-95 corridor, with the batch of rain traveling over NYC.
s high pressure slides eastward off the East Coast today, the flow has become southerly and dewpoints will begin to rise to around 60-64 by day’s end.
The weather won’t be so bad today, despite a stalled cold front to the north and Ana to the south we will be under the remnants of high pressure today.
Yesterday was a nice day, with the high at BWI reaching 83.
After a cool start, Saturday was a relatively dreary April day with BWI getting to 52 with plenty of clouds.