Quick changes in the weather coming…March 25th, 2012 at 9:49 pm by Mike Goldberg under Weather
We finished the weekend with a lot of fog and occasional showers. The weather won’t change overnight, but tomorrow is a different story. The storm that plagued the region throughout the weekend will move slowly offshore by morning. Clouds, fog and a few light showers may be scattered about for the morning drive. Visibility could be reduced below a mile at times, so be aware if you’re heading out extra early in the morning. Temperatures will average in the low to mid 50s. As the morning goes on, we’ll be watching a significant cold front approaching from the north. This front will move through rapidly and clear our skies. The afternoon will offer plenty of sunshine, but with a gusty north wind. Sustained winds are likely to be in the 15-20 mph range, with occasional gusts over 30 mph. The highest gusts may approach 40 mph on the Eastern Shore.
The next change will be in the temperature department. With clear skies and a northerly breeze at night, temperatures will lower into the mid 30s inland (patchy frost is a possibility) and the low 40s along the coast by sunrise Tuesday. Afternoon highs will come in below average on Tuesday, generally in the mid 50s. It will be a rather short-lived cool spell, as afternoon temperatures will likely exceed 70 degrees Wednesday and Thursday. Another shot of “cooler” air arrives on Friday. It looks like we’ll get a little break from the rain, with our only shower chances coming overnight Wednesday into Thursday, and that shouldn’t amount to much at all.
See you on the air,