Starting Thursday, we should begin to notice clouds playing a much more prominent role. And, of course, this should be followed by a few showers and a thunderstorm or two.
Canadian high pressure continues to settle into the region Tuesday, bringing us cooler weather (than last week), low humidity and abundant sunshine!
A few showers and thunderstorms erupted over the central Appalachians Monday, and these managed to drift into Baltimore (at least the showers did) shortly after 7 o’clock Monday evening.
It definitely started to warm up Wednesday, even more than we originally expected. We will top out Wednesday afternoon near 90 degrees. The northwesterly wind is keeping the dewpoints/humidity very low for now, but all that is going to change.
Practically parked off Florida’s Gulf Coast since the weekend, Tropical Storm Debby raked the Tampa Bay area with high wind and heavy rain Monday in a drenching that could top 2 feet over the next few days and trigger widespread flooding.
U.S. government forecasters say the rest of the Atlantic hurricane season is likely to be busy, with an above-average number of storms.