Are you ready? It’s the question being asked by Baltimore city’s mayor as we enter hurricane season.
With a frontal boundary to our north, temps have already made it into the mid 80s this afternoon. Radar has definitely become more active since our noon show today, with showers and t-storms popping up across the region.
Well, the alerts are flying this AM… enough rain expected that at noon, flooding advisories will go into effect through tomorrow morning.
A cooler Friday across the region, as a weak front passed south of us last night. Lower humidity during the morning made for a very pleasant start for the day.
Another day of unseasonably warm and humid conditions for May all across the region. There were a few widely scattered showers and some t-showers that did develop in a few spots, but most stayed dry.
The rest of today will feature hot and humid conditions with highs in the upper 80s to near 90.
And welcome to Thursday..ya know what that means..the weekend LOOMS on the horizon.
A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for most of the region this afternoon until 7PM.
The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for Baltimore city and its surrounding counties.
A shower or t-storm will be possible throughout the afternoon and evening.
A big change will be felt all across the region the next few days, as drier and cooler air moves our way.
Tropical downpours across much of Northern Maryland. That’s been producing some local flooding of some roads and small streams, and has prompted a Flash Flood Warning til around 2 a.m.