Tim Williams’ Weather Blog
Current surface map shows high pressure over the coast of New England with a cold front cutting through the Midwest down into the Central Plains.
High pressure will continue to nose southward along the East Coast, giving us a
stretch of dry and stable weather for today.
Current surface map shows a low pressure over western Pennsylvania with the back door cold front stretching through central VA down into northwest NC.
A cold front approaching the region from the northwest has helped to spread some clouds into parts of the area which is resulting in temperatures that are several degrees milder than last night.
Another warm and dry day on tap for the region today.
An area of high pressure over the Great Lakes is going to keep our weather dry over the next couple of days.
Frontal zone moving in from the north will be the cause of a couple of showers and a thunderstorm around the area this afternoon into the evening.
Current surface map shows a stalled frontal boundary strung along the east coast from New England down into the panhandle of Florida.
With the trough over the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley today, we can expect a moist flow, coupled with pockets of energy, to bring scattered shower and thunderstorm activity to the region.
An active day and night is in store for the region over the next 36 hours.
Today will be a hotter and more humid day across Maryland as a southwesterly wind pumps in the sticky air.
A cold front in the northwest which will eventually move towards the east during the middle of the week.