Wednesday morning’s now is, simply put, annoying. It produced 1 to 2 inches only but enough of a glaze to be problematic. The bigger problem will be the return of the cold.
Flurries Tuesday morning, a light overnight snow, of only an inch or so, on the way.
We had a chance to push away from the table and catch our winter breath. But you knew it was not going to last.
A combination of a frontal boundary and a weak disturbance moving along it will trigger some precipitation this evening and into the overnight hours.
We still have a week to go within the shortest month of the year, but we have already seen a pretty large variety of harsh weather.
Clearing skies and cooler temperatures tonight after today’s cold front with some gusty storms rolled through the region around the noon hour.
A Tornado Watch that was in effect for parts of Maryland has been canceled.
Looks like after rain in the area Friday morning and midday, we will have an afternoon of clearing skies and a fine sunset.
Another mild afternoon in the region as temperatures reached into the mid 50s and our normals are now 46. A mild Friday, but as a front approaches from the west, look for showers and a gusty wind around the noon hour in Central Maryland and later on across eastern areas. It will clear out very quickly by Friday afternoon.
Thursday will be another mild day. Wednesday, we did get up to 57 degrees. Thursday’s forecast high is 50, but I can see it warmer if we don’t cloud up too soon.
Precipitation rolled through this morning, bringing everything from thunderstorms to freezing rain for our northern-most cities.
Mother Nature makes her presence known again in Maryland.