One more warm day before some potentially strong late-down storms drop the mercury!
- Becoming Cloudy & Warm, Aft./Eve. Gusty Showers & Storms, Possibly Severe
- Highs: Around 70°
- Wind: South 10-20+ mph
- T’Showers End, Partial Clearing, Very Gusty & Big Cool-Down
- Lows: 20s
- Wind: NW 20-30+ Gusting to 50mph
- Partly Sunny, Gusty & Bitterly Cold
- Highs: Low to Mid 30s
- Wind Chill: 0s to 10s
WIND ADVISORY metro-wide goes into effect at 6PM this evening until 11AM tomorrow for gusts to near 50mph.
COASTAL FLOOD ADVISORY from 11AM to 5PM for Anne Arundel, Calvert & St Mary for tide high tides 1 to 11/2 feet above normal.
Yesterday we hit 72º at Reagan National – the last time that happened was 78 days prior! Becoming cloudy, windy and warm today as temperatures peak near 70º before a potent cold front crosses the area. Expect afternoon showers and possible strong storms with wind gust being the biggest threat.
- courtesy Storm Prediction Center
Once the severe threat diminishes the winds will continue to howl as we see a 45°+ temperature drop into the night. Winds could gust to 50mph late night into the early portion of Thursday. Highs will only reach the 30s and with a feels like reading in the single digits in the morning and teens by late-day. Warmer air returns Friday and Saturday with just the slight chance for a sprinkle to start the weekend. Please stay weather aware later today and have a great one!