A beautiful day is on tap for central Maryland today.
For the day today, high pressure will slide east off the coast, allowing for a westerly flow to return to the region by this afternoon.
The cold front that brought heavy rainfall to parts of the area a couple of days ago has pushed far enough to the east to allow for some beautiful weather for the first half of the weekend.
An area of surface high pressure will nose into the region from the west Friday night into Saturday, delivering a great start to the weekend with plenty of sunshine and temperatures in the middle 80s.
Skies are clearing, humidity is leaving, and THAT is the news.
The rather long drought of tropical systems in the Atlantic basin has come to an end with the birth of Tropical Storm Danny.
Today has been another hot one with temperatures in the 90s. Temps will back off somewhat during the remainder of the week, but humidity levels will remain high.
Hot weather continues to be the story this afternoon.
The city remained dry and mostly sunny on Saturday with a high temperature of 89 degrees. The overnight low was 61.
It was a warm, sunny day across the region on Friday with high pressure in control.
A perfect end to the week with sunny skies ans warm but comfortable temperatures. This weekend, things will begin to warm up a bit more, but the humidity will also be on the rise.
Dry and warm weather prevailed across the Greater Baltimore Area yesterday, and more of the
same is expected today