If you took even one step outside Friday, you felt it and certainly heard it. Howling, powerful winds ripped through Maryland, and they sure left behind a big mess.
The low pressure system that is located near the Ohio River early this morning will be tracking to the east. A warm front, now located north of the WJZ viewing area, will continue to press to the north. So, we can expect temperatures to soar well into the mid and upper-50s, with rain accompanied by a thunderstorm in a few spots.
Someone flipped the switch… but it appears the house wasn’t wired properly and now winter has
returned with a fury.
Rain and fog have been swept aside as the cold front crossed the state this morning. Now, gusty northwest winds have kicked in behind the front. A wind advisory is in effect for most of the state through 8 p.m. for gusts over 40 mph.
Wednesday turned partly sunny and windy after the rain (and freezing rain) ended fairly early.
The storm that only dealt Baltimore a “glancing blow” on Tuesday with some snow in the afternoon really ‘cranked itself up’ off the coast of New England Wednesday, bringing more than two feet of snow and hurricane-force wind gusts to parts of New England.