Tim Williams’ Weather Blog
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.
Surface map shows a low pressure system over Mississippi with a stationary boundary across Alabama into Georgia into the Atlantic Ocean.
The weather has certainly been treating us ‘more kindly’ lately, and this overall trend is expected to continue for much of the next few days
We do see dewpoints gradually come up today, and with a more southerly wind flow will certainly be more uncomfortable for us with dewpoints around 70.
A ridge of high pressure is going to slide to the east, and it’ll eventually be consolidating off the coast on Sunday and Monday.
A fantastic Father’s Day weather-wise, with warmer afternoon temperatures than Saturday.
The cold front has pushed through our region overnight with the base of the trough directly over eastern PA this morning.
We should be allowing for a shower Monday “at any time,” since this doesn’t appear to be one of those cases where the activity will only flare up.
Mostly sunny, with a high near 87.