Well we got one right, it’s cold! And it’s windy. And that makes it real cold. As Marty Bass reports.
A cold front is pushing east across the region and shifting out winds out of the west and northwest.
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.
Expect the weather to be dry and cooler.
Wednesday will be a windy one, and ya know what that means: The Pollen Vortex.
Any branches damaged by snow and ice this winter are down now thanks to Mother Nature’s pruning mechanism.
The Frederick County fire marshal is banning all outdoor burning due to dry, windy conditions.
Parts of Maryland are seeing some snow. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for Garrett and Allegany Counties until 7 p.m. Tuesday. Two to four inches of snow are expected there, but the rest of Maryland will most likely see flurries, if anything at all.
Some sun Friday and temperatures in the afternoon should mostly be in the mid 50s. This makes it about as cool as Thursday was, but it will not be as windy.
Temperatures are a bit below the normal high of 36 degrees for this date, but we’re not bone-chilling cold.
It will still be windy all day long. Temperatures start off close to 60 and fall in the 40s in most places by mid-afternoon.