A Freeze Warning has expired for parts of Maryland.
A Freeze Warning is in effect starting early Friday morning through 10 a.m.
High pressure building in from the southwest will be the major weather player for the next 24-36 hours.
A cold front has brought very little rain to the region today with more in the way of cloud cover.
We are looking at a relatively mild day Thursday with some peeks of sunshine.
The band of showers associated with the next cold front that is expected to pass through is well out to our west. We will be mostly dry throughout the day Wednesday, but will allow for a stray shower to move in overnight.
While it took nearly the entire weekend for clouds to eventually begin to break up, Monday is looking like it will be nicer overall!
Radar shows scattered showers and drizzle across the Delmarva into Maryland. They are heaviest and most numerous across southern portions and will be lingering around through the morning hours.
A weak, broad surface low is currently positioned in the western Atlantic to the east of the Va./N.C. coast Saturday morning. That will provide us with occasional chances for light rain and/or drizzle throughout the day.
The rain is causing problems around Maryland.
The radar loop suggests that we will remain in a pretty constant rainfall pattern for the next several hours with some embedded pockets of heavier rainfall.
One person is rescued after the car he or she was driving in was surrounded by high water in Anne Arundel County.