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Slow Clearing And Staying A Little Cool

Tuesday August 8 The system that brought severe weather yesterday is slowly trying to move away. The National Weather Service will investigate the damage are around Salisbury and should have a report... possibly confirming a tornado later today.  Rain will linger in the form of showers at the beaches, but that should end around lunchtime.

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Quiet Sunday Stormy Monday Then Cool Outlook

Sunday August 5 This weekend will end on a quiet and pleasant note... during the daylight.  A cool morning will lead to a sunny and warm afternoon. Temperatures will reach the low 80s in central Maryland but may stay in the upper 70s north of the line in Pennsylvania. We must look southwest to find

By | 2017-08-06T12:39:16+00:00 August 6th, 2017|flooding, Forecast, Outlook, radar, rain, rain timeline, Severe, severe storms, simulated radar|Comments Off on Quiet Sunday Stormy Monday Then Cool Outlook

Sweet Sunday Then Heating Up Big Time

Sunday July 9 Today will be as good as it gets for mid July. Sunshine and low humidity will make for a great, warm day to be outside. Mid to upper 80s for most, with lower 80s in souther PA. I use the word warm sparingly because this is the time of year it can,

By | 2017-07-09T08:09:06+00:00 July 9th, 2017|Forecast, heat, July, Outlook|Comments Off on Sweet Sunday Then Heating Up Big Time

Keeping The Heat This Week: Early July Outlook

July 2 After the round of storms that were destructive in some parts, we have a break in the action today while holding on to the heat. That cold front is in the process of stalling to our south, which will keep the focus of afternoon storms today in southern Virginia and Maryland. But we

By | 2017-07-02T10:13:09+00:00 July 2nd, 2017|fireworks, Forecast, heat, July, Outlook, rain timeline, storms|Comments Off on Keeping The Heat This Week: Early July Outlook

Record Low Rocket Launch and Return Of Heat

Thursday June 29 Record Low Wednesday morning was a chilly one across the east, and that is a rare thing for the end of June. Instead of heat and humidity, we had a legitimate chill in the air. At Baltimore's BWI, the low temperature officially dropped to 51ºF breaking a 47 year old record low

By | 2017-06-29T07:57:54+00:00 June 29th, 2017|Forecast, low, NASA, Outlook, record, rocket launch, Severe, severe storms, space|Comments Off on Record Low Rocket Launch and Return Of Heat

Bottoming Out Then Bouncing Back This Weekend

Tuesday June 27 A few rain showers and more clouds today will keep temperatures well below normal. Highs will range from the mid 70s to near 80ºF, which is hardly pool weather. The core of the cool air in the atmosphere is overhead and may trigger some isolated thundershowers this afternoon. By Wednesday morning many

By | 2017-06-27T07:57:41+00:00 June 27th, 2017|Outlook, radar, rain timeline, simulated radar, temperatures, thunderstorm, weather|Comments Off on Bottoming Out Then Bouncing Back This Weekend

A Break From Summer Heat For A Bit

Sunday June 25 We are in a pattern now that flows from Canada. This will drop the humidity but also the temperatures. Today will be noticeably cooler, and the trend will continue for s few more days. Don't worry, we should heat back up by next weekend. This pattern also has some disturbances which will

By | 2017-06-25T09:19:14+00:00 June 25th, 2017|cool, Forecast, June, Outlook, radar, simulated radar, weather|Comments Off on A Break From Summer Heat For A Bit

One Day Cool Down Then Heating Up For Fathers Day

Thursday June 15 A cool front has pass through shifting our winds from the east. This will keep our temps down, especially along the water where high will be in the 70s along the beaches, to lower 80s inland. More clouds can be expected, but the bulk of rain should be confined west in the

By | 2017-06-15T07:36:43+00:00 June 15th, 2017|Fathers Day, Firefly Festival, Forecast, Outlook, race weather, radar, simulated radar, storms, weather|Comments Off on One Day Cool Down Then Heating Up For Fathers Day

One More Day Then Heat Wave Breaks

Tuesday June 13 Today will be the hottest day of this stretch. Baltimore hit 94ºF on Monday, which was not a record, but Washington DC did set one with a high of 95ºF. Today we crank up the heat another notch or two. The record mark for BWI will be 97ºF set in 1956.  Then

By | 2017-06-13T08:17:33+00:00 June 13th, 2017|Fathers Day, Firefly, Forecast, heat, Outlook, rain timeline, record, weather|Comments Off on One More Day Then Heat Wave Breaks

2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season: Active NOAA Outlook And Storm Names

May 25 2017 - The Atlantic begins on June 1 and ends November 30.  This year has been a little unusual with the first storm, Arlene, named in April. That was a tropical storm in the north central Atlantic that had no impact on land. It also should have no indication on the season ahead, but the

By | 2017-05-25T14:23:03+00:00 May 25th, 2017|Atlantic, Forecast, hurricane season, NOAA, Outlook, Tropics, video|Comments Off on 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season: Active NOAA Outlook And Storm Names