No storms expected over the next seven days

Today's Forecast

50 degree temps seen Wednesday

HAGERSTOWN, Md. (WDVM) — SOME RIVER FLOOD WARNINGS ARE STILL IN EFFECT, ALTHOUGH MANY OF THE RIVERS HAVE ALREADY CRESTED AND ARE STARTING TO RECEDE. SOME SMALLER STREAMS AND CREEKS ACROSS THE EASTERN WEST VIRGINIA PANHANDLE AND WESTERN MARYLAND CONTINUE TO EXPERIENCE MINOR FLOODING, BUT AGAIN, IMPROVEMENT IS IN THE CARDS AS WE HEAD INTO WEDNESDAY. HIGH-PRESSURE WE’LL STICK AROUND FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK AND OVER THE NEXT SEVEN DAYS, AS WE’LL SEE SUNNY TO MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES. DRY AND SEASONABLY CHILLY CONDITIONS WILL PERSIST FRIDAY AS A REGION OF CANADIAN HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS OVERHEAD. TEMPERATURES TUESDAY WILL BE CHILLY, BUT THEN GRADUALLY RISE SOME TO BE NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES.

Enjoy temps some 10 degrees above normal on Wednesday, before a cold front moves across the area and cools us down by Thursday. – Scott Sumner
Here’s a look at the last freeze dates ( historically speaking ) for the region. The coast sees the last freeze around this time, but freezing temps can extend into mid-May before we can feel safe in gardening/planting. – Scott Sumner

TONIGHT: CLEAR SKIES. LOWS RANGING BETWEEN 28-36 DEGREES.

WEDNESDAY – FRIDAY: SUNNY SKIES. HIGH RANGING BETWEEN 45 -55 DEGREES.

SATURDAY-TUESDAY: MOSTLY SUNNY. HIGHS RANGING BETWEEN 47-60 DEGREES.

HAVE A WONDERFUL NIGHT!

  • METEOROLOGIST SCOTT SUMNER

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