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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

Cindy Gone And So Is Summer For A While

June 24 The ghost of former Tropical Storm Cindy came through on schedule this morning. The radar showed the intense line of rain that looked just like a strong cold front moving through Baltimore around 5 AM. Here is a quick look at the Doppler Radar as it passed by. Now we set the stage

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Severe Thunderstorms And Timing Ghost Of Cindy

Friday June 23 The former Tropical Storm Cindy is not here yet but already has charged the atmosphere. The combination of that and a cold front has prompted the severe thunderstorms today, but we need to look at this event in two parts: Part 1: The slight risk (which means greater chance) is in a

By | 2017-06-23T17:10:52+00:00 June 23rd, 2017|Cindy, Forecast, radar, rain, rain timeline, Severe, severe storm, simulated radar|Comments Off on Severe Thunderstorms And Timing Ghost Of Cindy

Morning Rain The A Little Bit From Cindy Saturday

Friday June 23 The remnants of former Tropical Storm Cindy are near Memphis this morning. There is a small circulation interacting with a much larger cold front. The rain we have this morning is not directly from the storm but a hint of how it wil impact us. A brief period of rain that will

By | 2017-06-23T07:24:30+00:00 June 23rd, 2017|Cindy, Forecast, radar, rain, rain timeline, Severe, severe storm, simulated radar, storm|Comments Off on Morning Rain The A Little Bit From Cindy Saturday

Severe Thunderstorm Update 3PM Monday June 19

3 PM June 19 The line of severe storms continues to move east with the cold front. Now that we have a distinct line, the short range modeling can do a better job tracking it.  So I have a new radar simulation below. As of 3 PM, there was a Severe Thunderstorm Warning from Leesburg

By | 2017-06-19T16:15:14+00:00 June 19th, 2017|Forecast, June, lightning, radar, Severe, severe storm, simulated radar, weather|Comments Off on Severe Thunderstorm Update 3PM Monday June 19

Earlier Arrival: Updated Severe Storm Timeline Monday June 19

1 PM Monday June 19 A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued and now includes Pennsylvania and Maryland through this evening. Warnings have been issued and as off post time we are tracking a band into Adams and York County PA until 1:45 PM. Remember that a watch means it is possible, and this one

By | 2017-06-19T13:40:49+00:00 June 19th, 2017|Forecast, radar, Severe, storm, watch|Comments Off on Earlier Arrival: Updated Severe Storm Timeline Monday June 19

Severe Storm Outlook Monday June 19

Monday June 19 Buckle up for a bumpy ride. The day is starting off feeling like afternoon heat and humidity. The atmosphere is unstable and a strong cold front will trigger a round of severe storms this afternoon with the target on our region. These storms have the potential for large hail over 1 inch

By | 2017-06-19T07:22:04+00:00 June 19th, 2017|Forecast, hail, radar, rain timeline, Severe, severe storms, simulated radar, tornado|Comments Off on Severe Storm Outlook Monday June 19

The Problem Plotting Short Term Storms

Saturday June 17 Will it rain or storm by you today? We have started the day with high humidity and warm temps... and we have showers in the forecast. I stand by that. The common question I get this time of year is about timing and tracking storms around particular events. I can identify the

By | 2017-06-17T10:06:17+00:00 June 17th, 2017|Fathers Day, Forecast, Models, radar, rain timeline, simulated radar, storm, weather|Comments Off on The Problem Plotting Short Term Storms

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