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Tracking Snow And Sleet Band This Morning Jan 10

Tuesday January 10 – A transition is about to occur in the atmosphere as the arctic air will move out and a warm up will begin today. With that is […]

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Tracking Storm Line 5PM to 11Pm Wed Feb 24

Screen Shot2016-02-24 16_16_51February 24 – 4:30 PM Update- Here is quick look at the latest radar simulation as it might help you plan for what to expect this evening. This radar snapshot at 4:30 PM shows one cluster of heavy rain moving north from central Maryland through southern Pennsylvania. Winds will increase and it will continue to […]

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Rain Timeline And Expected Storms Through Midnight

Screen Shot2016-02-24 12_32_47February 24 1:25 PM Update -If you have noticed the push of moderate or heavy rain bands this afternoon ushering warmer air, there is much warmer air to the south. The winds and energy are trying to feed northward, but we still have a stubborn wedge of cold air in place battling back. It will […]

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Eye Of The Blizzard: Peak Of Storm And When It Ends

WindsBliz2016_2PMJanuary 23: The Blizzard of 2016 has not produced blizzard conditions yet in Baltimore, but I’m sure many will argue that. The range of snow between 1 and 2 and a half feet fits the snow forecast so far, and there is plenty more on the way through this evening. Baltimore’s BWI reported over 19 […]

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Eye Of The Blizzard: Peak Of Storm And When It Ends

WindsBliz2016_2PMJanuary 23: The Blizzard of 2016 has not produced blizzard conditions yet in Baltimore, but I’m sure many will argue that. The range of snow between 1 and 2 and a half feet fits the snow forecast so far, and there is plenty more on the way through this evening. Baltimore’s BWI reported over 19 […]

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Snow Squall For Rush Hour: Radar Simulation And Freeze Time

Screen Shot2016-01-12 11_30_15Our first winter weather event of the season is poised to reach us later today. This noon radar snapshot shows some virga (snow falling but not reaching the ground) near us. The main event is the vort max. That energy aloft is circled in yellow and in a prime spot to pass south through Virginia. […]

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Dense Fog, More Rain, Record Warm Up Before Christmas

Screen Shot2015-12-23 06_00_10The push of more moisture along with the warm air had developed dense fog overnight. As the rain has moved in, the fog is thinning, but that does not help travel. I do expect better visibility before the 10 AM expiration of this Dense Fog Advisory, but the trade off will be rain. Note: There […]

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By | December 23rd, 2015|Christmas, cooler, El Nino, fog, Forecast, heat, New Year, radar simulation, rain timeline, record, simulated radar, warm up, Warnings|Comments Off on Dense Fog, More Rain, Record Warm Up Before Christmas

Quick View Of Rain For Wednesday: Timeline

Screen Shot2015-12-01 22_19_05As if we have not had enough, there is even more rain on the way. There has been fog developing along with drizzle between the rain bands. But as one Low Pressure moves out, another will develop and pass through Maryland on Wednesday. No fancy maps, or forecast beyond. This is just a look at […]

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Rain Just This Morning: Nov 12 Radar Simulation

Screen Shot2015-11-12 05_46_24That storm that has been making headlines with blizzard conditions and tornadoes in parts of the central US will have a small impact on our weather today. A band of rain on the warm side of the storm will swing through this morning, and push in mild air with it.  The rain itself will be […]

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Rain Arrives Late Today, Most Tuesday: Timeline

MonAMMonday starts off clear and cold. In fact below freezing north and west of Baltimore may have frost on your windshield and perhaps a little ice on the elevated decks and steps.  But sunshine will warm us up quickly and expect a mostly dry day.  However, the large and strong southern storm will push north […]

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By | November 9th, 2015|Forecast, radar simulation, rain timeline, simulated radar|Comments Off on Rain Arrives Late Today, Most Tuesday: Timeline