A beautiful very dry and sun filled Friday across the region. This weekend will bring some changes as usual. Look for a very chilly start to the day tomorrow with frost or near-freezing temps in many areas.
Another freeze ahead.
The last weekend of April. Where the heck did this month go?
That cold front that blasted through the region yesterday really meant business. These temps today were running 10 to 15 degrees below normal.
Find that coat, sweater, or both, that you thought, (last Saturday), you have put away until next October.
Fast moving, hard hitting storms wreak havoc in our region, sending down trees and power lines.
Due to vigorous jet stream dynamics and some warmer air which tried to punch the area, a series of tornado watches were issued yesterday.
Parts of the area remain under the threat for a drenching downpour, strong or damaging wind gusts, hail and an isolated tornado this evening.
A tornado watch is in effect for a number of Maryland counties.
The workweek is going to get off to a very soggy start for many of us today.
A Flood Watch that was in effect for Baltimore and the surrounding counties Monday morning is now cancelled.
Boy what a warm day we’ve been enjoying so far! As of 4:30pm this afternoon, BWI Airport was checking in around 79°.