A few more showers and thunderstorms may fill in this evening before things completely dry out.
The current weather map depicts an elongated area of high pressure that is stretched from Maine southwestward to the Mississippi Valley.
Despite a NE wind and high clouds, we managed 68 at BWI-Marshall and we are off to a milder start.
We’ve got a pretty straightforward weather pattern that will persist over the next couple of days.
High pressure to the northwest will slide eastward into Quebec Saturday, replacing the high pressure that had been to the northeast and responsible for keeping things on the cool side of average the last few days.
Ready for the “Pollen Vortex?” It’s coming… believe it!! Look, I know there was wet snow last night. Put it behind you.
One word for today is WOW! Temperatures have soared into the low 80°s with a pleasant southerly breeze… WOW!
A fantastic day across the entire region today with a gusty south-southwesterly wind averaging 10-20 mph with higher gusts.
Wow! What an incredible way to start the weekend. Spring has definitely sprung.
We have some really nice and comfortable weather coming up for Saturday and Sunday and we will most likely be dry and warm Monday ahead of a front that brings wet weather Tuesday.
An upper level trough was located over the northern and central Appalachians early this morning, but the presence of colder air aloft will have only a modest impact on today’s temperatures.
The rain is likely going to reach much of Maryland and Delaware between the hours of 9 a.m. and noon and then its presence will be felt across much of central Pennsylvania and New Jersey Monday afternoon.