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.
Over the next few days, afternoon temperatures will be much closer to the seasonal averages.
We tied a single day record for rain at BWI Marshall with 3.06 inches. The record was previously set back in 1947.
Hello rain soaked family, ready for some more? Today could be equally as wet, if not more so. We do have a couple of thunderstorms in the forecast, so let’s talk about that.
We will have a quiet start to Monday but then rain will move in from SW to NE by the afternoon and evening.
The weekend got off to a superb start Saturday morning with mostly sunny skies. Clouds quickly filled in by the afternoon, still leaving plenty of sunshine to be found with high temperatures topping out in […]
The current weather map depicts an elongated area of high pressure that is stretched from Maine southwestward to the Mississippi Valley.
We’ve got a pretty straightforward weather pattern that will persist over the next couple of days.