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Cherry Blossoms In Peak Bloom Now And Photos Prove It

Sunday March 26 - The National Park Service has declared the Cherry Blossoms around the National Mall and Tidal Basin in Washington DC are at peak bloom. The Yoshino Trees will remain that way for the next 4 to 7 days. This means we have until the end of March to see at least 70%

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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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Spring Begins Today But Equinox Is Not Exactly Equal

Technically the spring season begins today, but there are a few definitions of the season. Meteorological Spring begin on March 1, as the seasons are grouped in blocks of three full months. But today at 6:28 AM EDT the direct rays of the sun crossed the equator and for the next 6 months will be

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Meteorological Spring: Cherry Blossom Forecast Among Earliest Peaks

March 1 is the start of Meteorological Spring. The science community groups the seasons into three full months with spring being March, April, and May.  It doesn’t mean winter weather […]

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Warming Trend And Outlook Shows When It Will Hold

temperatureoutlookFriday April 15 – This date on the calendar might seem ominous for many. But in addition to taxes NOT being due today, there is more good news. The Omega Block I mentioned before is still holding and the dry weather pattern should last into the end of next week. But if you are ready […]

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Warm And Dry: Nearly A Week Without Rain

Screen Shot2016-04-13 06_22_22Wednesday April 13- The entire weather pattern is changing and we will get a break as real spring settles in to the eastern US. While the next few mornings will be chilly, the afternoons will gradually warm back to the average for mid April in Baltimore (lower 60s) then keep going up.  This will be […]

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Morning Rain And Warm Start: Spring About To Take Hold

Screen Shot2016-04-12 05_42_41Tuesday April 12 – Temperatures this morning are in the 60s, but that comes with the price tag of rain. There is a cold front on the move, and it will move through central Maryland this morning. The rain will linger this afternoon in the south for a few extra hours. While cooler air will […]

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20 Top Snow Photos From April 9 2016

LAX_MeganMoeApril 9 2016- We are almost three weeks deep into spring and snow dominated our Saturday. This was a well advertised event as I was not the only one to suggest it last week. However the intensity and stickage across Pennsylvania and into southern Maryland, and even Virginia was a surprise. The snow drifts in the […]

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Saturday Snow: Arrival And What To Expect

Screen Shot2016-04-08 21_38_55This is a quick look from Friday evening at how the snow will develop across parts of our area. The snow might actually start as rain in metro Baltimore, but a mix or snow north and into PA. Gradually this system will get upper level support to help generate colder air and more of the […]

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