Forecast updated on Saturday, June 23rd, 2018 at 6:20 AM
by WBOC Meteorologist Alex Seymore
Saturday: Partly Cloudy with scattered strong to severe thunderstorms after 3PM. Thunderstorms could produce damaging winds and large hail. High: 85-88°. Wind: SW 8-16 mph.
Saturday Night: Partly to mostly cloudy with a few isolated thunderstorms early. Low: 70-73°. Wind: SW 4-8 mph.
Sunday: Partly cloudy with an isolated thunderstorm late. Warm and humid! High: 86-90°. Wind: SW 6-12 mph.
Sunday Night: Partly to mostly cloudy with a few scattered thunderstorms. Low: 68-71°. Wind: W 3-8 mph.
A stationary front located to our south this morning will drift north today. This front will help to aid in the development of thunderstorms this afternoon and evening. These thunderstorms could be strong to severe and produce damaging winds and large hail. We see one more warm and humid day Sunday before a cold front moves through the region Sunday night sparking a few additional thunderstorms. The upcoming work week will start off pleasant with lower humidity and afternoon highs in the low 80s. As we head towards late week a large ridge will begin to set up across the East Coast. This large ridge will result in an increase in humidity and temperatures rising to near 90.
Heading into next weekend the heat looks to continue with highs in the low 90s expected both Saturday and Sunday.
Some Showers Early, PM Sunshine, Evening Storms Possible
Partly Cloudy, PM Shower / Storm Possible
Mostly Sunny and Less Humid PM.
Sunny and Dry.
Partly Cloudy, Chance of a Shower / Storm
Partly Cloudy, Chance of a Shower/Storm