MonSatIt does seem like we are stuck in a pattern of wet weather, and today will be no different. An system is trying to pass through the Mid Atlantic while falling apart. This will trigger more showers and storms this afternoon, but it appears the bulk of the energy will be west of the Bay as indicated in the simulated radar below. I should point out that the simulation looked a little overdone this morning, so take this with a grain of salt.  However, it is the strong cold front in the Great Lakes will be our main player, helping to pump in a warmer wind from the southwest for a few days. That should bring the 90s to much of our region, but also ignite more showers and storms. If there is one bit of good news I can share at this point, the weekend looks nicer… at least for the northern half of the our region. This all hangs in the balance of the next front stalling in Virginia. In the summer it is difficult push fronts much farther south, and we seem to have a target on our backs.  So I can’t guarantee this set up. Should it stall 50 to 100 miles north, then Baltimore stays in the much. But southern PA and north have a great chance for a nice weekend. The daily maps can be found below.

Simulated Radar: Today

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Simulated Daily Maps: This Week

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Temperature Outlook:

Notice two days of heat ahead of the Cold Front, which could trigger strong/severe storms.

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