It’s one of Ocean City’s busiest times of the year–Senior Week–where high school and college students hit the beach to celebrate graduation.
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We still have a couple of days of seasonable conditions to get through before the arctic blast makes it to us.
We’ve got another great week of weather on tap for us Monday as September draws close to an end. Rain will, in fact, be hard to come by over the next several days.
It’s going to be mild around here, but our temperatures will really start jumping if we could get some sun to break out here.
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Clouds will limit the sunshine Monday – and then again Tuesday. We are locked in this same weather pattern with high pressure over New England and a coastal storm off the Carolinas. The combination of the two will keep a breeze up out of the northeast, and temperatures slightly below average.
The dry, cool air has arrived. Sunshine will fill the day, but not help temperatures much. We are only rising to the upper 40s for highs – back below the average of 57 degrees. We are going to stay below that average right into next week.
Dry, quiet and seasonably cool weather is the rule across the area Monday morning with high pressure in control of much of the eastern third of the nation
Restaurant Week is almost over in Baltimore. The meal deals at approximately 100 area restaurants continue through Sunday.
The heavy rain and thunderstorms moved away Sunday, while the clouds and spotty showers hung tough in a few areas. That has kept our temperatures down again, but we still topped out at 60 degrees which again is above the average of 57 degrees.
One in six Marylanders is expected to shop on the internet Monday, taking advantage of big sales and more small retailers are learning the power of the web.