#mdwx: Drier air is trying its best to push southeastward across the Ohio Valley and into the Northeast mid-Atlantic states as a bubble of high pressure establishes itself in the Eastern Region temporarily.
However, we are well aware of the fact that these fronts during late July are typically not the kind that usher in sweeping changes.READ MORE: Novavax Announces Promising Late-Stage Covid-19 Vaccine Data, More Than 90% Effective
Those typically do not arrive until September, so we are going to forecast temps mostly in the 80s the next few days, which will be largely dependent on the amount of cloud cover.READ MORE: Large Police Presence At Mondawmin Mall
We are also watching for the eventual development of a coastal area of low pressure near the Delmarva Peninsula Thursday.
This wave is expected to form along the front that will be getting hung up over the region late Wednesday night, and it could bring the Eastern Shore and other Atlantic beaches a period or two of rain Thursday.MORE NEWS: 'Always Ready, Always There': The Motto Of The U.S. National Guard That Holds True, Even Off Duty
But, farther west, Baltimore and other areas west of the bay should remain dry.