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Beautiful weather all across Maryland

Beautiful weather all across Maryland

Chief Meteorologist Tom Tasselmyer says a high pressure system over the area is making for a perfect start to the weekend.



FORECAST WITH CHIEF METEOROLOGIST, TOM TESSELMEIER. WELL, WE’VE GOT SOME BEAUTIFUL LATE SUMMER WEATHER GOING FOR A SUNDAY TO PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES ACROSS THE AREA ON THIS FRIDAY AFTERNOON WITH A LATE NORTHEAST BREEZE THE HUMIDITY LOW AT JUST 34% WITH THAT DEW POINT DOWN AT 51. THAT’S DRY AIR SO YOU GET SUNSHINE WARM TEMPERATURES DRY AIR BOYS PICTURE PERFECT SUMMERTIME CONDITIONS TO BE A BEAUTIFUL FRIDAY EVENING ALL ACROSS THE STATE. IT’S A LITTLE COOLER FALL LIKE TEMPERATURES OUT AROUND OAKLAND. IT’S ONLY 68 DEGREES OUT THERE RIGHT NOW 80 IN RIDGELEY 74 ON THE BOARDWALK DOWN IN OCEAN CITY SHOULD BE A NICE START TO THE WEEKEND AT THE BEACH AS WELL. WE ARE TRACKIG THE POSSIBILITY OF SOME HIGHER THAN NORMAL TIDES THOUGH OVER THE COURSE OF TONIGHT AND TOMORROW MORNING. SO COASTAL FLOOD ADVISORIES IN THE YELLOW WARNINGS IN THE GREEN WHERE IT COULD BE A LITTLE EVEN MORE FLOODING IN THOSE LOCATIONS DOWN THERE AND DORCHESTER IN WICOMICO AND SOMERSET COUNTIES OVERALL ALL AROUND THE CENTRAL AND WESTERN SECTIONS OF THE BAY TIDES UP TO TWO FEET ABOVE NORMAL ROLLING IN THIS EVENING AND AGAIN ON SATURDAY MORNING. TIDES ARE GOING TO BE COMING IN ABOVE NORMAL BECAUSE OF THE EAST WIND THAT EAST WIND ALSO BRINGS IN SOME MOISTURE THAT MIGHT PRODUCE SOME PATCHY AREAS OF FOG LATE TONIGHT TOMORROW MORNING. OTHER THAN THAT HIGH PRESSURE RIGHT OVER THE REGION TONIGHT KEEPING THINGS VERY QUIET AND PLEASANT THROUGH THE DAY TOMORROW WE GET INTO THE SECOND HALF OF THE WEEKEND THIS FRONT AND ALL THAT MOISTURE IN THE GULF WILL COMBINE TO MOVE INTO OUR REGION AND POSSIBLY BRING SOME MODERATE TO HEAVY RAIN HERE TO FINISH UP THE WEEKEND ON SUNDAY. SO WE’LL BE TRACKING THAT FRONT AND THE MOISTURE AS THE WEEKEND WEARS ON IF YOU HAVE OUTDOOR PLANS SATURDAYS LOOKING A WHOLE LOT BETTER THAN SUNDAY MEANTIME IN THE ATLANTIC THE TROPICAL SYSTEMS ARE STILL OUT THERE. WE’VE GOT HURRICANE EARL IT AVOIDED BERMUDA SCOOTED OFF TO THE SOUTHEAST AS EXPECTED, BUT IT’S STILL A STRONG STORM 105 MILE AN HOUR WINDS A CATEGORY 2 HURRICANE, BUT IT’S RACING OFF TO THE NORTHEAST 25 TO 30 MILES AN HOUR. SO IT WILL SOON BEGIN TO FALL APART AND WE CAN AS IT HEADS TOWARD THE NORTH ATLANTIC AND ONLY ONE LITTLE AREA OF LOW PRESSURE OUT THERE IN THE ATLANTIC TO MONITOR OVERALL. ONCE EARL MOVES OUT. IT DOES LOOK LIKE SOME QUIETER WEATHER AT LEAST IN THE TROPICS FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS AROUND HERE CLEAR SKIES THROUGH TEN O’CLOCK TONIGHT A LITTLE BIT APACHE FOG OR SOME CLOUDS IN THE MORNING TOMORROW AND THEN A MIX OF SUN AND CLOUDS IN THE AFTERNOON WESTERN, MARYLAND, MAY GET INTO SOME RAIN SHOWERS AS EARLY AS TOMORROW AFTERNOON THE FARTHER SOUTH AND EAST YOU GO THE DRYER IT WILL BE THROUGH THE DAY AND INTO THE NIGHT TOMORROW, BUT EVEN AROUND BALTIMORE BY 10 O CLOCK SATURDAY NIGHT. WE’RE SEEING SOME SHOWERS ARRIVING AND THEN THAT RAIN AGAIN MIGHT BE HEAVY AT TIMES ON SUNDAY. SO A SOGGY FINISH TO THE WEEKEND ON SUNDAY WEATHER IS COMING BACK MOSTLY CLEAR TONIGHT AND THE FULL HARVEST MOON TO ENJOY AS WELL THE FULL HARVEST MOON IS THE FULL MOON CLOSEST TO THE AUTUMNAL EQUINOX FALL BEGINS, SEPTEMBER 22ND THIS YEAR. SO THIS IS THE FULL MOON CLOSEST TO THAT SHOULD BE BEAUTIFUL OUTSIDE WITH TEMPERATURES IN THE LOW 60. UP AROUND 80 TOMORROW WITH CLOUDS INCREASING THROUGH THE AFTERNOON SHOWERS ARRIVING IN THE MOUNTAINS TOMORROW AFTERNOON REACHING THE BALTIMORE AREA TOMORROW NIGHT AND CONTINUING ON INTO SUNDAY AND DON’T FORGET IF YOU HEADED FOR THE BEACH. IT LOOKS LIKE AN ICE DAY ON SATURDAY, MAYBE SOME SHOWERS ON SUNDAY, BUT ALSO KEEP IN MIND THERE IS A HIGH RISK OF RIP CURRENTS BECAUSE OF THAT HURRICANE OUT IN THE ATLANTIC 80 TOMORROW SHOWERS ON SUNDAY SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ON MONDAY AND TUESD

Beautiful weather all across Maryland

Chief Meteorologist Tom Tasselmyer says a high pressure system over the area is making for a perfect start to the weekend.

Chief Meteorologist Tom Tasselmyer says a high pressure system over the area is making for a perfect start to the weekend.

Chief Meteorologist Tom Tasselmyer says a high pressure system over the area is making for a perfect start to the weekend.



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