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Hurricane Gert Partially To Blame For More Rain Here

Tuesday August 15 Last night Gert was upgraded to a hurricane and currently has 75 mph winds. This will be the closest it gets to the east coast as it is moving to the North at 12 mph, but will curve away and out to the east, possibly gaining more strength. It is currently 450

By | 2017-08-15T10:45:46+00:00 August 15th, 2017|#mdtrek4, beaches, Forecast, Hurricane Gert, radar, rain, Severe, simulated radar, Tropics|Comments Off on Hurricane Gert Partially To Blame For More Rain Here

Monday Will Turn Wet With Afternoon Rain

Monday August 14 2017 It's hard to avoid this... Rain is on the move in and there may be some was we can thank Tropical Storm Gert. But we will not get that storm. Gert formed Sunday and as of this morning has 45 mph. It may strengthen to a hurricane this week, but  will

By | 2017-08-14T07:12:42+00:00 August 14th, 2017|Gert, radar, rain, simulated radar, trek 4, Tropical Storm, Tropics, weather|Comments Off on Monday Will Turn Wet With Afternoon Rain

Another Round Of Storms Then A Quiet Week Ahead

Saturday August 12 We started the day with a Tornado Warning in Talbot County Maryland as a storm tracked onshore Tilghman Island near Oxford, Trappe, and Cambridge.  I was posted updates on Facebook and Twitter, and I want to thank everyone who shared their reports. No confirmation yet, but no rest for the weary as

By | 2017-08-12T08:15:07+00:00 August 12th, 2017|flooding, Forecast, radar, rain, rain timeline, Severe, severe storms, simulated radar, tornado, trek 4|Comments Off on Another Round Of Storms Then A Quiet Week Ahead

Update On Rain For Monday Aug 7

8 PM Sunday August 6 Plan for a cool and wet day Monday. Another storm is heading our way and it will dominate the start of the work week. Today Baltimore barely hit 80ºF at BWI, but many places just inland stayed in the 70s.  The next storm will try to move warmer, unstable air

By | 2017-08-06T20:31:24+00:00 August 6th, 2017|flooding, hail, radar, rain, rain timeline, Severe, severe storm, simulated radar, tornado|Comments Off on Update On Rain For Monday Aug 7

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

Radar Simulation Thu Aug 3: Flash Flooding Possible Again

Thursday August 3 We remain in this humid environment on the edge of High Pressure that allows the storms to buildup, but not much push to move them. So as they sit or drift, then can dump a lot of rain on some areas.  There is less trigger today, so storms should be less numerous,

By | 2017-08-03T08:25:39+00:00 August 3rd, 2017|flooding, Forecast, hail, radar, rain, rain timeline, severe storm, simulated radar|Comments Off on Radar Simulation Thu Aug 3: Flash Flooding Possible Again

Storm Analysis And Rain Timeline Overnight

Friday July 28 Many people have written me saying the radar this evening looks like a tropical storm ever the Mid Atlantic. In fact if this was a winter storm, we would be in pretty good shape for a solid hit of snow, based on the track into Virginia. If you have ever seen me

By | 2017-07-28T22:20:04+00:00 July 28th, 2017|atmospheric memory, flood, flooding, radar, rain, rain timeline, Severe, simulated radar, warning, Warnings, weather|Comments Off on Storm Analysis And Rain Timeline Overnight

Flash Flood Watch Friday Expanded To Delmarva For Very Heavy Rain

July 27 2017 3:45 PM A Flash Flood Watch has been issued for much of our region beginning 2 PM Friday July 28 into 2 PM Saturday July 29. This is an update to my prior post as all National Weather Service offices are now on the same page for our entire region.  Please consider:

By | 2017-07-27T18:41:15+00:00 July 27th, 2017|Flash Flood Watch, flooding, Forecast, rain, rain timeline, Severe, severe storm, simulated radar, Warnings, weather, weekend|Comments Off on Flash Flood Watch Friday Expanded To Delmarva For Very Heavy Rain

A Break For A Few Days But Big Storms Return Thursday Night

Tuesday July 25 You will noting the drop in temperatures and humidity today. A fresh air mass has moved in and will keep most of our temperatures closer to 80ºF today. There is a small chance a lingering disturbance aloft could produce more clouds and showers on the Eastern Shore, but overall this will be

By | 2017-07-25T08:26:00+00:00 July 25th, 2017|Forecast, July, rain, rain timeline, Severe, severe storms, weather|Comments Off on A Break For A Few Days But Big Storms Return Thursday Night

More Rain And Storms Today And Thursday

July 5 2017 It was like a cruel joke for some on Independence Day. With the eruption of storms in the afternoon, a line set up along a boundary that made a target on Annapolis. The result for that region was cancelling fireworks. That show is rescheduled for today, but the question not points to

By | 2017-07-05T09:56:31+00:00 July 5th, 2017|Forecast, radar, rain, rain timeline, Severe, simulated radar, storms, weather|Comments Off on More Rain And Storms Today And Thursday