Nudging the high up to around 54° today given the fact that we have already surpassed 50°.
The transition from an unsettled weather pattern to a more tranquil one, especially when there’s a strong, upper-level low pressure system involved, can take an average of two to four days.
A winter weather advisory has been extended to 6 p.m. for Carroll, Howard, Montgomery and Frederick counties.
An East Coast storm has brought messy weather to our neighborhood this morning.
Just when we had finally gotten rid of ONE potent storm over the weekend, we now will need to start preparing for another.
Well, it’s the weekend! And guess what? We have rain on tap for at least half of it–sorry folks!
The sky is partly to mostly cloudy early today.
After a few hours of morning sun today, the clouds are back. On Friday, it appears that a light rain or drizzle will begin to break out across the region by afternoon or early evening.
We’re emerging from the ‘murkiness’ of yesterday with a crisp, dry and chillier air mass taking over the reigns this morning.
I woke up to sleet this morning pounding on my skylight.
Winter weather advisories are in place for several Baltimore metro area counties.
Can you believe it? It is the 1st of December and our temperature has already climbed well into the 60s!