The best time for the shower looks to be Wednesday morning as the short wave moves through. High temperatures Wednesday will depend on how much sun can break through the clouds.
There is some patchy fog out there Friday morning, but satellite shows we should get out to a fairly sunny start with clouds building toward the afternoon.
A largely dry cold front has begun to move through the region.
The leading edge of some much warmer and more humid air is slowly advancing through the mid-Atlantic. The combination of any breaks of sunshine along with increasing dew points and temps could fire up an isolated shower or t-storm by the afternoon and evening so we will be keeping a very close eye on that.
We have a gorgeous Memorial Day on tap!
The Greater Baltimore Area will be getting a brief period of rain early Friday as a warm front pushes through the region.
Warm again Tuesday before we get a dose of December reality.
A very quick glance at the regional radar and satellite imagery indicates that moisture associated with a wave of low pressure located in the Ohio Valley and a warm front extending eastward into the mid-Atlantic states is spreading out across areas west of the Greater Baltimore Area.
The comfortable weekend continues. The dewpoints/humidity remain low today, while temperatures are still running a few degrees below the average of 85 degrees.
A weak storm started moving through today with clouds, a few spotty showers, and an isolated thunderstorm. Even though there is not much out there this evening, there is still a batch of rain and thunderstorms in ohio and West Virginia that will be headed our way.
A new storm is moving our way. Most of the area stayed dry today ahead of it, but scattered showers and thunderstorms will move across the state starting tonight.
The stubborn upper-level low responsible for so much rain this week will remain a thorn in our side for one more day, but fortunately more sunshine will be had as this feature finally heads offshore.