Current upper air pattern has the base of the system that brought showers and thunderstorms across eastern Pennsylvania and New York yesterday into the Atlantic Ocean.
The Storm Prediction Center in Norman, OK has placed the area in its slight risk category for severe weather today.
Skies are forecast to clear out overnight, and with high pressure moving overhead, temperatures will fall into the low and mid 40s.
Back edge of rain moving across area now and there is some clearing not far to west, so drying things out and sunnying it up a bit for the afternoon forecast.
Yesterday’s clouds and fog did manage to break for limited sunshine, but not enough to warm things up as much as we had anticipated.
It’s a big day at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. It’s the seventh annual Weather Field Trip Day!
It’s a big day at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. It’s the seventh annual Weather Day!
Well, it certainly was a pleasant Mother’s Day here in Baltimore, nearly picture perfect!
Our weather setup over the past few days has been fairly typical for spring and early summer.
Temperatures were mostly in the upper 70s near the bay yesterday (including 78 at the Science Center), but most places away from it soared into the lower and middle 80s.
The leading edge of some warmer air is knocking on our door.
A nice start will give way to clouds and some afternoon/evening showers. This is that BIG warm front we have been discussing for the past three days actually now approaching the I-95 corridor and soon thereafter moving through.