A cold front is pushing east across the region and shifting out winds out of the west and northwest.
As this front sweeps through our temps will fall to the mid 40s by dinner.
A Dense Fog Advisory has been extended to 10 a.m. for parts of Maryland.
Monday we got up to 61 degrees. Felt good didn’t it? This Tuesday will reach 64, if not milder. I
Winter isn’t officially here but many states are already feeling the weather effects from cold temperatures and snow.
Plenty of sunshine is in store for this Monday with seasonable highs around 60 degrees.
A cold front will move through overnight, but won’t be bringing us really anything in the way of precipitation–mainly just extra cloud cover.
A west wind that will be gusting as high as 35 mph will make it feel a bit chillier.
A beautiful sunrise will be followed by a sunny afternoon. It will get a bit windy at times later on, but not the howling winds of last weekend.
The steady rain has moved off to the east and northeast and it looks like we can see some sun in at least parts of the area this afternoon.
Skies will clear during, or just before the dinner hours.
We are starting to see an unsettled weather pattern develop for our week’s end and weekend. Today no real sweat.