Tim Williams’ Weather Blog
Weather map features a stagnant area of low pressure over Hudson Bay, Canada.
This morning’s weather map features an area of low pressure centered over the mouth of the Hudson Bay.
The pesky upper level system responsible for the continued cloudiness and shower activity will stick around for one more day today, with a potent piece of upper level energy being its last gasp.
Yesterday was about as close as you can come to a normal day for the time of year, with the high just short of normal, and some sunny breaks between the clouds.
A ridge of high pressure will nose its way into the region today, making for a pleasant, albeit a touch cool, Sunday.
A partly sunny and rather mild day as a cold front approaches and then passes through the area this afternoon and evening.
Despite a NE wind and high clouds, we managed 68 at BWI-Marshall and we are off to a milder start.
High pressure to the northwest will slide eastward into Quebec Saturday, replacing the high pressure that had been to the northeast and responsible for keeping things on the cool side of average the last few days.
A fantastic day across the entire region today with a gusty south-southwesterly wind averaging 10-20 mph with higher gusts.
We have some really nice and comfortable weather coming up for Saturday and Sunday and we will most likely be dry and warm Monday ahead of a front that brings wet weather Tuesday.
Nice weather for the end of the weekend with high pressure in control.
Nice conditions, but moderate pressure gradient midday and afternoon so it will become windy with gusts to 35 mph.