The lower dewpoint airmass that moved in last night provided us with a beautiful sunny and very warm day.
A warm and humid day that produced some very heavy localized rainfall across a small portion of the region today.
It remains a very warm and rather humid night across the region after a high of 91 with a heat index of around the mid 90s.
A very warm and humid end of July week is on tap. Normal highs this week are around 87, but we expect to be around 90 and even as high as 95 these next three days.
After two rather dry and very pleasant days, a warm front crossing the region will bring those hot and humid conditions back to our area.
A Flash Flood Watch is in effect through late tonight for Central Maryland as evening storms threaten the greater Baltimore area.
Big rain overnight has the ground saturated, and big rain coming in later could become quite problematic. And there you have the day in a nutshell.
We are keeping a stray shower or thundershower in the forecast for this afternoon.
Now it’s back to it…”It” being showers and, or t-storms in the forecast until late Wednesday.
A near perfect Friday all across the state! Can we guarantee that all weekend? Well, a batch of clouds with a few showers is likely to pass across some areas by morning.
After a series of showers and strong thunderstorms moved across across the northern portions of the state, drier and more comfortable air will begin to filter in tomorrow.
Good afternoon! I hope you enjoyed your Independence Day! Saturday actually ended very nice for those watching firework shows.