More of the same weather Wednesday

More of the same weather Wednesday

More of the same Wednesday before things change

At the end of the seven-day forecast, we are starting to see a slight increase in rain chances. Right now, it’s just a chilly Tuesday afternoon with temperatures in the low 40s in most areas. And again, our normal highs right now are in the mid 40s, so we’re recording a few degrees below average for this time of year. She’s only 39. It’s kind of cold in Manchester 37 at Catoctin Mountain Park, Riviera Beach is checking in at 41 STILL POND, 43, CENTERVILLE 42 now and throughout the area tonight will be on the cool side again due to clear skies, dry air, light winds, and those temperatures will drop. Fast through the night hours, up and down the East Coast. It has now been a sunny day from Maine all the way to Florida because the Florida storm has moved over the Atlantic Ocean and is moving away. Well defined trading there. With this storm system over the Atlantic Ocean, slowly drifting towards Bermuda. But we’ll sneak in another very nice day with high pressure extending from New England through the Ohio Valley all the way to the Gulf Coast. This means that tomorrow will be a repeat show with sunshine, but eventually, all that weather we’ve been talking about in the western US, heavy rain in Southern California, snow in the mountains, and the push of Pacific air will start to make sense. Its route is through the central and eastern part of the country. With all this mild heat, you see temperatures in the 50s, even 50s in Minneapolis in the middle of winter. This is unreasonably mild. This is the flow of Pacific air through the jet stream through the center of the country. This will start to warm the United States, but will eventually bring some unstable weather our way. So the wide view of the outlook shows more rain and snow in the west, and more sunshine up and down the East Coast for Wednesday. Thursday we will see a little cloud cover coming in as temperatures start to warm up. Just a touch. By the time we get to Friday, although it won’t matter, there is a slight 20% chance of isolated showers or sprinkles in some locations. As part of that, the western system begins to move in. The next system coming from the west is the one that gives us a better chance of some rain, or even wet snow in the first part of next week. It will be clear and cool tonight, with highs in the 30s and 20s and most of the outlying suburbs. High temperatures tomorrow in the 50s with plenty of sunshine. And a light northerly breeze. Wednesday morning sunrise at 708 degrees 40s to about 50s in central and eastern Maryland. 40s in the mountains also on Wednesday. Thursday, warmer weather with some clouds. Partly cloudy in the low 50s around Baltimore. This is a little above normal for early February, and then by Friday, we will bring more clouds and warmer temperatures, with a slight 20% chance of isolated showers or drizzle. Cloudy skies on Saturday, a 30% chance of rain or drizzle in the evening hours after sunset on Saturday evening. Look at that temperature 62. I think the record for Saturday is 66. So we’ll be just a few degrees away from

More of the same Wednesday before things change

Chief Meteorologist Tom Tassellmeier says you can expect more of the same weather on Wednesday before things heat up a bit over the weekend.

Chief Meteorologist Tom Tassellmeier says you can expect more of the same weather on Wednesday before things heat up a bit over the weekend.

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