High pressure nosing in from the west providing a hot but less humid WNW flow this afternoon and lots of sunshine.
There have been some showers and thunderstorms around early this morning, but many of these should diminish as we progress through the late morning.
The hot and humid weather that most of the Eastern Region encountered yesterday will still manage to persist in the mid-Atlantic states today.
As the rain moves out, it will be replaced by windy conditions and intervals of clouds and sunshine.
Yes, we’re still spreading the word that most temperatures will peak in the 60s and low 70s today. We’ll get our “Warm Springtime Teaser” this afternoon before a progressively cooler pattern (actually, you can just […]
We ‘started the ball rolling’ yesterday by predicting a general 1-3 inches of new snow out of this upcoming event, knowing that some ‘fine-tuning’ would be in order…
Westerly flow brought drier air…which in turn allowed for sunny skies. Despite snow cover, the west flow has squeezed every degree, and then some out of the atmosphere.
A series of fronts will swing through the area this weekend.
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.