Hi All! Here is the bottom line: Yesterday is proof that Mother Nature is bi-polar. Had enough yet?
Well, cold air has arrived across the viewing area, erasing the warmth from Saturday.
Winter isn’t done just yet! You heard it. Sometime later Sunday, probably after 7 p.m., we may be seeing a mix of snow and rain in the region as temperatures fall back into the 30s again.
Yesterday, while the dog and I were getting some fresh air, I actually saw those little purple, yellow, and white flowers starting to break the ground.
Sunday’s surface map has a cold front stretching from North Carolina stretching back into central Mississippi through central Louisiana into the Gulf of Mexico.
Pat Warren spoke with Dr. Sumeska Thavarajah and Ashlea Barrett, Sara Johnson and Bert Hash and Wendy Goldband.
Wow… what a gorgeous day we have had this Saturday, with plenty of sunshine and highs reaching in the low 60s for many of us!
We’ve been watching a disturbance along the Carolina/Virgina coastline all day. The bulk of the precipitation with that storm has been bypassing Baltimore to the south and east today.
Our chilly March weather continues, but there are signs of a warmup coming our way!
Yesterday… not so bad. Today and tomorrow… very much like yesterday. Simply put: not so bad.
Looks as if it will just be cold. It should become windy this afternoon, and even though there ought to be a good deal of sunshine, the temperature will be no higher than the mid 30s.
A combination of a frontal boundary and a weak disturbance moving along it will trigger some precipitation this evening and into the overnight hours.