A frontal boundary became “hung up” over the region this afternoon. As a result, there was an interesting spread in temperatures, with BWI topping out around 55 degrees and D.C. tying a record high of 68 degrees.
Overall, today was very nice. We topped out above average with an official high of 46 degrees at BWI.
The winds have subsided somewhat tonight, but temperatures will still bottom out at around 12 degrees by tomorrow morning.
Well, we missed another one! Another big one. Jokingly on the air I like to say that weather and real estate have one thing in common: LOCATION. And it’s true.
This is going to be the one that sends me over the edge and packing to live forever when it never gets below 70.
There is still a decent pressure gradient causing brisk conditions around the region.
Accumulating snowfall is in the cards for Baltimore once again, and this time looks more promising!
What a messy start to the morning! WJZ was on top of it last night as we explained the potential for a brief icing event this morning.
Today will be chilly and sunny, in the mid 30s around the region as high pressure slowly moves to the east.
What a difference the sun can make. Today, with a decent amount of sun and just a thin cloud layer, we edged up to a daytime high of 40 degrees.
After a brief respite from the frigid air on Friday, the cold returned in full force today with temperatures approximately 15 degrees or so below average for this time of year.
It’s the weekend, and just in time for another arctic blast coming our way. Despite the temperature reaching a milder 37 on Friday, it will struggle to get to the low 20s on Saturday.