Beautiful late summer weather should greet Maryland students as they return to begin the 2019-2020 school year. Let’s hope that teachers, students, and parents can band together to create a terrific climate as efforts are made to prepare our children for the future. Each of us plays a role.
Confidence is high that we’ll see mixed clouds and sun at least for the first two days of the new school year with high temperatures in the mid to upper 80’s.
Most weather models are predicting an increase in cloud cover on Thursday as they keep an eye on Hurricane Dorian this week. Remember…anybody who tells you that they know where Dorian is headed is lying!
Does Dorian have a chance of affecting our weather? Yes, of course, but it is too early to say so, one way or another, with any degree of certainty.
It’s like asking, “Will my kid like the first day of school?” We hope so, of course, but it is too early to say so, one way or another, with any degree of certainty.
Of that, I am certain!
As of 5 AM this morning Hurricane Dorian has weakened to a Category 3 storm with sustained winds of 120 mph. It is still remaining stationary near Freeport, but is expected to soon make some movement as illustrated here in the latest projections from the National Hurricane Center.