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.
We have a stationary boundary across southern VA stretching back into the Tennessee Valley.
Another day, another Fall-like afternoon.