Morning Showers Will Last At The Beach: Rain Timeline

Morning Showers Will Last At The Beach: Rain Timeline

Saturday April 23 – Rain is still falling this morning and will slowly pass to the south. The slow arrival of rain Friday evening has carried over to the delay of the departure today. It’s not heavy, but enough to be a nuisance. My son was excited for baseball practice this morning, but I don’t think it’s going to happen. Let’s hope your plans are not ruined. For southern PA and central Maryland, this will be ending by noon. But southern Maryland and the beaches will have showers linger into mid afternoon as the sun breaks out for the rest of us with an improved second half of the weekend.  Slight cooling Sunday with sunshine, then another warm up early next week.

Simulated Radar: Today’s Rain Timeline

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More Rain On The Way?

The pattern will change this week with more rain chances, but still nothing heavy. Only a few passing fronts with showers expected

  • Monday Night
  • Tuesday Afternoon
  • Friday Afternoon/Evening
  • Steady rain might arrive Sunday-Monday next week.


Temperature Outlook


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