Tim Williams’ Weather Blog
As a storm continues to approach the region, clouds will continue to thicken across the region.
Yesterday was a chilly but dry day with the high getting up to 42 at BWI in the afternoon.
Cold front will allow for clouds to linger during the first half of the day and then the sun will break out this afternoon.
High pressure will slide off the east coast today and allow for southerly winds and our 850mb temperatures to rise.
Low pressure well off the New Jersey coastline this morning will continue to strengthen and move towards Nova Scotia by this evening.
Northern low pressure today will spread rain inland today. We will see periods of rain on and off throughout the day.
Looking at surface analysis the cold front has passed through our region last night and is well offshore.
After a nice end to the work week, the weather looks as if it will cooperate this weekend and keep the good times rolling.
Unseasonably cool conditions today and with the high pressure in the Ohio Valley moving eastward, we will see a windy day as well.
Looking at the surface map we see a cold front moving through the region this morning as an area of low pressure moves through Ontario towards Labrador.
Looking at current surface map we have high pressure over the Mid-Atlantic and a stationary boundary across the Carolinas which wraps around the Appalachian mountains into the TN Valley.
An extremely deep trough is moving through the eastern half of the Nation with the base of the trough swinging through the Mid-Atlantic today.