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Icy Morning Roads: Big Warm Up Then Weekend Snow And More Ice

Wednesday Jan 11 – Roads are icy this morning north and west of Baltimore. The air temperatures even into southern Pennsylvania are well above freezing, but the ground is still […]

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Heat Index, Showers, And Tropical Storm Off The Coast

Screen Shot2016-08-31 06_22_36Wednesday August 31 – The weather map is as active as the chatter of the weather with respect for schools in Maryland. Today is the day Governor Hogan is expected […]

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By | August 31st, 2016|beaches, heat index, holiday, Labor Day, Maryland, schools, simulated radar, Tropical Depression, Tropics|Comments Off on Heat Index, Showers, And Tropical Storm Off The Coast

Oppressive Heat Today Warmth Stays Into Next Week

Screen Shot2016-08-26 06_00_20Friday August 26 – Today may add support to the argument of pushing school opening until after Labor Day, but we can’t always rely on the calendar for the heat. […]

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By | August 26th, 2016|Baltimore, heat index, Outlook, schools, schools closed, Tropics|Comments Off on Oppressive Heat Today Warmth Stays Into Next Week

Snow Update Friday Morning: Over Achiever Southern Maryland

GlenBurnieFriday March 4 5:30 AM- It snowed as expected overnight. The ground did what I suggested even in areas that dropped below freezing.  We have stickage on the grass, but the roads are wet! I hope I made that suggestion clear over the past few days, or I will have some very unhappy people. General […]

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Last Look At Overnight Snow

Screen Shot2016-03-03 21_22_34Thursday March 3 9:50 PM – Snow has moved in and as expected the initial push came with air and ground temperatures above freezing. At this point there is not much more to say but just watch and wait. It will snow! There is enough moisture for a general 1 to 3 inches, but many […]

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By | March 3rd, 2016|coastal storm, Forecast, Friday, roads, schools, simulated radar, snow, stickage, Warnings, Winter Weather Advisory|Comments Off on Last Look At Overnight Snow

Winter Weather Advisory: Snow Sooner And South

Screen Shot2016-03-03 05_17_44March 3 6:20 AM Update- It will snow and it is likely to be an impact on the Friday morning commute for most. A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for most of Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia until 10 AM Friday. There will be an improvement after sunrise. Southern Pennsylvania will get some snow too, […]

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By | March 3rd, 2016|coastal storm, Forecast, March, Maryland, schools, snow, Virginia, Warnings, Winter Weather Advisory|Comments Off on Winter Weather Advisory: Snow Sooner And South

Snow Should Fall But What Will Stick Is The Debate

Screen Shot2016-03-01 14_33_50March 1 3:15 PM Update – I know it is hard to discuss snow when our temperatures jumped into the mid 60s today. In fact as of 3 PM, Baltimore’s BWI reached 63°F at 2PM and in the past hour had a 33 mph wind gust.  There is rain on the way tonight, but it […]

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Icy Start With Heavy Rain And Quick Warming This Morning

Screen Shot2016-02-16 05_27_21February 16 5:50 AM Update- The cold definitely held strong overnight. As a result thick ice covers most everything and will be slow to thaw despite the warming this morning. Many schools are on a delay or closed, but it is still a wait and see how much ice can melt or break up in […]

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By | February 16th, 2016|flooding, Forecast, ice, Icy Mix, rain, school closing, schools, simulated radar, Warnings, Winter Storm Warning|Comments Off on Icy Start With Heavy Rain And Quick Warming This Morning

Freezing Rain: Overnight Ice Storm Timeline

Screen Shot2016-02-15 16_04_28February 15 4:50 PM Update – Snow has changed to freezing rain or sleet in many parts as warmer air advances north at cloud level. The thing is, the ground and surface air is well below freezing. That is what I was discussion for a few days, as the cold holds in this damming set […]

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By | February 15th, 2016|freezing rain, ice storm, Icy Mix, rain timeline, roads, schools, simulated radar, snow, warning, Warnings|Comments Off on Freezing Rain: Overnight Ice Storm Timeline

More Than A Coating Of Snow And Below Freezing

WedRadarFebruary 10 – The lingering snow last night dropped more than a coating of fresh snow, but did reach the areas that missed out on the action Tuesday. All of my forecast maps included ‘through Wednesday’, but I was so eager to focus on the weekend Polar Vortex that I did not pay too much […]

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By | February 10th, 2016|arctic air, Forecast, ice, Polar Vortex, record, school delays, schools, snow|Comments Off on More Than A Coating Of Snow And Below Freezing