March 31 2016- We are about to turn to page to April, but the weather pattern seems to be in retro mode. March will end more than 6.3°F above average and the law of averages is about to pay us back. A cold and active storm track will be focused just to our north, and […]
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Friday February 26- Today is picking up where yesterday left off. Strong winds and some flurries, most of which are confined north and west of Baltimore. But don’t be surprised if you see a stray flake early. The winds will be blustery with temperatures staying in the 30s this afternoon keeping the wind chill 20s. But […]
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February 22 6 AM Update- There is a full moon today at 1:20 PM EST that rises in central Maryland at 6 PM. It’s called the snow moon in February, but what makes it more special is the date. My friend Tony Pann follows numerology and called me last week while I was at a […]
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The Blizzard of 2016 was the all time top snowfall in Baltimore and second highest in New York City, but for the Northeast as a whole, it wasn’t the worst. That according the this report from NOAA that has come out with a quick assessment of the event. The Northeast Snowfall Impact Scale or NESIS […]
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January 21- It is not often that NOAA will post a map like this showing an 80% chance of Baltimore and Washington to get over 12 inch of snow. But it looks like the bullseye will be right in the heart of our region. The worst will be Saturday, as the wind maps are crazy! […]
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