We topped out around 48 degrees Saturday and saw a good deal of sunshine, especially during the first part of the day.
It’s going to be beautiful before not too long. Even as I write this the winds have shifted out of the northwest. That will be a big dome of high pressure filtering into the mid-Atlantic.
Massive cleanup across the state after powerful storms rip through Maryland, causing death, destruction and widespread power outages.
We’ve had a good deal of sunshine Sunday afternoon, however cooler with a brisk wind compared to what we experienced Saturday.
We are about halfway through with this current polar blast. At least the winds have calmed. Friday will be 25 degrees, 15 degrees by night, but the weekend will be milder.
Winds are expected to increase through the afternoon.
There is sunshine with most temperatures in the lower or middle 60s.
BGE is preparing for the worst, as severe weather makes its way to the East Coast.
Severe weather is making its way across parts of Maryland.
As an upper-level disturbance continues to march eastward we remain in a moist and unstable environment.
With the passing of a cold front overnight, it appears sunny and drier conditions are prevailing.
A strong cold front is bringing several threats to our area. A Tornado Watch, Flash Flood Watch, Coastal Flood Advisory and Wind Advisory have been issued.