High Pressure will be strengthening aloft producing sinking air and allowing for a five to seven-day stretch of temperatures at or above 90 degrees. The peak of the heat wave … Continue reading Five-day Heat Wave Likely as Upper Level Ridge dominates the Continental US
Precipitation: The image below (courtesy NOAA) shows the thirty-day departure from average with much of the Washington Region experiencing rainfall deficits of 1 to 3 inches. The extended forecast models … Continue reading Cooling Down Late Week but Indian Summer to Return
A steady rain will develop late this afternoon into the evening hours arriving first in Fredericksburg and then moving northward into Washington and Baltimore.
The next chance for temperatures to drop below freezing (image below courtesy Wxbell) will be behind the cold front (Sunday night into Monday morning), mainly in our northern and western outer suburbs: … Continue reading Temperature Roller Coaster Now through March 1st with 80’s Possible