A cold front over the Great Lakes region will move into our area this afternoon. High pressure will settle in along the eastern seaboard this weekend. A cold front will move through the Mid-Atlantic Monday into Tuesday.
A band of showers is now over the area and the activity should tend to shift farther east and dwindle away during the course of the afternoon, so the early part of the afternoon is the wettest.
Icy road conditions in Harford and Carroll counties led to several accidents Sunday night.
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.
Happy Tuesday! Latest weather maps and short-term guidance suggests that most of the area will be rain-free this afternoon.
Firefighters raced to Anne Arundel County on Friday afternoon after a teen found himself trapped up to his waist in mud.
There will try to be one last hurrah late Thursday and Friday morning as a separate piece of energy swings down behind the storm and perhaps causes a few rain and snow showers.
The active pattern over the region continues as one storm system slowly departs Wednesday with a second system approaching Thursday. In the near-term, rain will continue through the first part of the day before tapering off early Wednesday afternoon.
Stink bug numbers are down, and researchers say they suspect the wet fall weather across the mid-Atlantic may be the reason.
Temperatures, for the most part, will be in the lower or middle 50s. Later Wednesday and especially during the night, the main thrust of the precipitation associated with this push of milder air, or that being caused by […]
From flooding rain to snow, there’s a little bit of everything in this forecast.