USNA Weather Forecast
A ridge of high-pressure overhead will result in sunny and seasonably hot conditions through Thursday. A cold front will pass on Friday and stall to our south over the weekend. A wave of energy will ride along the stalled front on Saturday but at this time it looks like most of the associated showers will remain to our south. A strong upper-air low will wobble eastward on Sunday and a resulting surface low-pressure system will interact with the stalled boundary to our south. The track and timing of the upper-air low remains uncertain and will ultimately determine if precipitation falls on Sunday (everything could still very plausibly slide to our south) and what precipitation types are possible. At this time, I expect little or no wintery accumulation or impacts in Annapolis but I will continue to monitor updates or changes in the data and model guidance over the coming days.
Five Day Weather Forecast:
- Wednesday: Mostly sunny and seasonably hot. Northwest wind 8-13 mph. High near 55 oF.
- Thursday: Overcast, breezy, and seasonably hot with scattered showers possible (40% chance). South wind 10-15 mph, gusting to 25 mph. Low: 36-40. oF. High: 58-62 oF.
- Friday: Partly cloudy and seasonably hot with isolated showers/sprinkles possible (25% chance). Northwest wind 8-13 mph. Low: 46-50 oF. High: 56-60 oF.
- Saturday: Partly sunny and seasonable. A chance for rain/snow/mix overnight (30% chance). North wind 10-15 mph, gusting to 25 mph. Low: 36-40 oF. High: 46-50 oF.
- Sunday: Mostly cloudy with a chance for rain/snow/mix (40% chance). Northeast wind 13-18 mph, gusting to 28 mph. Low: 32-36 oF. High: 40-44 oF.
Five Day Coastal Flooding Forecast:
- Coastal nuisance flooding is not anticipated 08-12 February.
ISSUED: 08 February 2023 at 1040
NEXT FORECAST: 10 February 2023
FORECASTER: Meteorologist A.R. Davies | Follow on Facebook
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