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Tropical Storm Arlene And Summer Heat One Week Away

Friday April 21 - Yesterday The National Hurricane Center named the first tropical storm of the season in the north Atlantic. Arlene was never any threat to land and while over colder waters, the purity of its tropical characteristics can be questioned.... But it did reach a peak of 50 mph winds. In fact the

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Warmer With Storms Then Cooler Rain To End Weekend

Thursday April 20 - The clouds and band of rain this morning may make you question the temperature forecast, but we should get back to the upper 70s or lower 80s today. That will depend on the amount of sunshine and next round of shower. Thunderstorms should arrive mid afternoon but the risk of severe

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Rainy Day And Pattern Change

Monday April 17 - Say goodbye to the heat as a cold front will slowly move through today. Rain will be building during the morning and may get heavy before noon. Then ease off as the front moves south during the afternoon. The good news is that we still have some moderate drought conditions locally

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Rainy Day And Pattern Change

Monday April 17 - Say goodbye to the heat as a cold front will slowly move through today. Rain will be building during the morning and may get heavy before noon. Then ease off as the front moves south during the afternoon. The good news is that we still have some moderate drought conditions locally

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Warm Today Then Showers And Cool End To Weekend

Saturday March 25 - Temperatures are noticeably warmer, but we have clouds to deal with as well. Friday's high temperature at BWI was 61ºF just before midnight. Today, many will jump into the 70s, but it will not be the prettiest day. A large storm system is dominating the nation and we are in one transition

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Two More Days Then It Really Looks Like Spring

Tuesday March 21 - Rain moved through early this morning and left some damp roads behind. There may be some scattered showers to our north, but this system is pretty much said and done. However, there will be a shift of winds and cold air locking in for a few days.  Now that we are

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Two More Days Then It Really Looks Like Spring

Tuesday March 21 - Rain moved through early this morning and left some damp roads behind. There may be some scattered showers to our north, but this system is pretty much said and done. However, there will be a shift of winds and cold air locking in for a few days.  Now that we are

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Windy Cold And A Little More Snow

March 15 - The storm is located in northern New England and is the gift that keeps on giving. We have set up a winter pattern to make up for lost time as strong winds and bitterly cold air is in place. The focus this morning should be the wind chills. By noon, one more

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Setting Up For Real Snow Next Week

Friday March 10 – The snow event this morning seems to have behaved as expected. That being the timing, duration, and the extent of snow. Basically,  the track pushed the […]

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Updated Snowfall Map For Friday And Next Storm Outlook

Thursday March 9 – I am down with more snow sticking on the ground, at least in the normally colder zones. I know this may seem odd as temperatures have […]

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