Clouds have been on the increase throughout the afternoon Monday with skies sitting mostly cloudy to overcast across the region.
The visible satellite shows some high clouds streaming over the viewing area Thursday afternoon. The clouds are stemming from a storm soaking the Southeast in rain.
Our chance at a big warmup this weekend was squashed by the fog.
The warmup continues. We got all the way to 57 degrees Saturday afternoon after starting out the day at 42 degrees. That low was already above our average high of 41 degrees this time of year.
The warm front got stuck over Maryland today. Not only did it bring in rain today, it destroyed our forecasted high temperature.
What a warmup! If you enjoy the warmer air, or at least a break from the Arctic chill we have had since December, you will like this week’s forecast.
The clipper expected to move across New England on Monday will have little impact in our area as well other than to boost temperatures into the low 50s as milder air surges northward ahead of this feature.
It’ll be cold today, but warmer tomorrow and especially over the weekend.
We officially dropped to 8 degrees this morning at BWI-Marshall.