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A big change will be felt all across the region the next few days, as drier and cooler air moves our way.
So how about that weather last night?
Tropical downpours across much of Northern Maryland. That’s been producing some local flooding of some roads and small streams, and has prompted a Flash Flood Warning til around 2 a.m.
A big sports weekend here in Maryland is on our doorstep. All we need now is a dry forecast!
Yet another dry May day across almost all areas. So far this month, at least at BWI Marshall, only less than one tenth of an inch of rain has fallen, many have only seen a trace.
Another pleasant day again across most of the region as sunny skies and warmer than normal temperatures were again felt everywhere.
Warm and summer-like! That’s our current weather! The high today of 84 degrees was normal for June 19th! Our normal is 71, and tomorrow looks just as warm.
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A beautiful very dry and sun filled Friday across the region. This weekend will bring some changes as usual. Look for a very chilly start to the day tomorrow with frost or near-freezing temps in many areas.
That cold front that blasted through the region yesterday really meant business. These temps today were running 10 to 15 degrees below normal.
Parts of the area remain under the threat for a drenching downpour, strong or damaging wind gusts, hail and an isolated tornado this evening.