Tim Williams’ Weather Blog
As of early this morning, chillier, Canadian air is building into the region following the passage of a cold front last night Soundings reveal a good deal of dry air through the atmospheric profile… which would promote mainly sunny skies today; though, it will be a fight between downsloping low level flow and low level instability for extent of cloud cover, especially this afternoon.
The first full day of spring will be more seasonable across the region!
Yesterday was a rainy day, with BWI receiving 0.77” rain and reaching a high of 54.
Yesterday was a rather chilly day, with temperatures peaking in the middle to upper 40s around the region as clouds increased in the afternoon. Rain began last evening and continued through the night. through much of the day today.
Snow is arriving through noon; quickly mixing with and changing to sleet and freezing rain between noon and 3 PM from south to north; ice ending between 10 PM and midnight, ending as freezing drizzle or plain drizzle thereafter.
Another weekend, another impactful storm on the horizon for the greater Northeast!
As of early this morning, a cold front is passing through eastern New York, extending northward into New England and southward into the Mid-Atlantic.
Low pressure is rapidly deepening off the coast early this morning, and cold air is rushing into the region.
The main story over the next few days will be the incoming Alberta Clipper and cold front that will be advancing into the region Saturday, along with snow squalls and gusty winds this evening. Also, the cold behind this system will be near record breaking.
Very mild and Spring-like Sunday w/ no major changes to the forecast.
As of early this morning, an arctic boundary extends from south/central Canada into northern New England. Multiple disturbances are riding along that boundary and will have an influence on the weather across the region this weekend into early next week.
The big story is the impending nor’easter Monday through Tuesday.