Ocean breezes have been slowly increasing moisture levels, but thus far mainly just keeping temperatures cool. Clouds expand into the area tonight and tomorrow.
Ever wonder what nearly 30 years of severe thunderstorm and tornado warnings looks like if plotted together on a single chart? ...me neither, until I took a stab at it.
Locally, we see a tornado warning hot spot in southern Maryland.
For a second straight morning, some regional airports narrowly missed setting record low temperatures.
The winner, who came 0.1 inches away from getting it exactly right, was Brandi Erickson who predicted 32.1 inches would fall.
The last gasp of winter gives it up and, in general, a fine Easter weekend is on tap.
At least rain is not in the cards even if the Cards are on the field.
Today's temperatures were more reminiscent of late winter than mid-April. After another cold night, we begin a warming trend tomorrow.
This year's bloom period, while short, was sweet. Here's a collection of wonderful images submitted by our readers...
The wave after wave of bitter cold that has walloped the eastern U.S. since January has truly been an anomaly set against the temperature pattern around the globe.