Clouds broke across the region this afternoon, allowing temperatures to rise well into the 40s. We will have some snow melt and we will have to watch for some ponding on area roadways.
As expected, the latest blast of bitterly cold air has arrived on schedule.
Precipitation will be starting in the Greater Baltimore Area between 4 and 7 p.m. today.
Today will be chilly and sunny, in the mid 30s around the region as high pressure slowly moves to the east.
What a difference the sun can make. Today, with a decent amount of sun and just a thin cloud layer, we edged up to a daytime high of 40 degrees.
A pretty dry and calm day holding on and transitioning into a peaceful evening. However, by dawn we could start seeing precipitation moving in. Temps will dictate what falls around the region.
Meteorologist Tim Williams says it’s getting chilly!
After a relatively nice day yesterday reaching a high of 42 at BWI-Marshall and 40 at Inner Harbor, things will continue to remain dry and seasonable to start our weekend.
Meteorologist, Tim Williams, says colder air has definitely made a comeback early today.
A chilly, but partly sunny afternoon shaping up.
We have a pretty good looking stretch of weather taking shape. The storm off of the coast is almost out of our hair.
The surface map this afternoon shows a low centered off the Delmarva Coast. Meanwhile, a high was centered over central Quebec.