The storm system that has impacted the region over the last few days is finally beginning to move off the east early this morning.
After a night and then day of wild winds, we are finally starting to see calmer conditions.
A combination of snow and strong wind gusts has caused power outages throughout the day in western Maryland.
We did it yet again. We hit 100 degrees Sunday afternoon. That ties the old record from 1993, and makes this the 12th straight day of 90+ degree days. That stretch also includes three days at 100+ degrees.
High winds have been the main weather story Saturday. There have been reports of gusts over 50 and 60 mph reported throughout the state Friday night through Saturday.
Yesterday’s front is gone, but we are still dealing with the winds from it. They have been gusting between 55-60 mph across most of the state today, which puts them in the tropical storm category.