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Solar Eclipse Day Weather

We will finish out the weekend on a nice note as temperatures remain warm with plenty of sunshine. There is a small chance of a thundershower, mainly in the mountains after 3 pm. But honestly, most of us are really just concerned about Monday- Solar Eclipse Day! People have been asking me about where the

By | 2017-08-20T10:29:59+00:00 August 20th, 2017|August, clouds, eclipse, Forecast, rain timeline, simulated radar, solar eclipse, storm, weather|Comments Off on Solar Eclipse Day Weather

Warm Today Stormy Friday And Hurricane Gert Winds 100 mph

Thursday Aug 17 Today will be warm and humid. Temps reach the upper 80s but will feel like the lower 90s. Even hotter tomorrow feeling like 100ºF, but then nicer this weekend.  A few showers will pop up today, but the greatest chance will be in southern Maryland and west in to the mountains. Just

By | 2017-08-17T08:02:19+00:00 August 17th, 2017|August, eclipse, Forecast, Hurricane Gert, radar, rain timeline, simulated radar, storm|Comments Off on Warm Today Stormy Friday And Hurricane Gert Winds 100 mph

Two Humid Days With Showers And Storms

Friday August 11 The first thing you will notice when out step outside today will be the humidity. The air warm and sticky air mass will also show off more clouds and bring us some thunderstorms over the next two days until we clear it out for the end of the weekend. This is good

By | 2017-08-11T07:21:50+00:00 August 11th, 2017|Maryland Trek, radar, rain timeline, Severe, simulated radar, storm, trek 4, weather, weekend|Comments Off on Two Humid Days With Showers And Storms

August Start With A Return Of Heat And Humidity

August 1 At first glance, there is nothing out of the ordinary as we begin August. It will be hot and more humid. No big deal, right? The risk of showers is low, but the HRRR model is insisting that a Bay Breeze might develop over Baltimore to produce an afternoon storm. I want to

By | 2017-08-01T10:47:38+00:00 August 1st, 2017|August, Emily, Florida, Forecast, radar, simulated radar, storm, Tropics|Comments Off on August Start With A Return Of Heat And Humidity

Record Rain Report: Showers Linger And Surf Wave Watch

Saturday July 29 The heavy rain lived up to expectations for most. Baltimore's BWI recorded 2.58" of rain, setting a new record for the date. The old mark of 2.28" was set 146 years ago, way back in 1871. Doppler Radar shows that many places got over 3 inches (orange), but the banding did leave

By | 2017-07-29T09:16:20+00:00 July 29th, 2017|atmospheric memory, Baltimore, beaches, coastal storm, Flood Watch, flooding, Forecast, radar, record rain, records, Severe, simulated radar, storm, Warnings, waves|Comments Off on Record Rain Report: Showers Linger And Surf Wave Watch

Storm Update: Flash Flood Rain Timeline And Surf

Friday July 28 The rare summer storm expected to arrive will be developing high on top of our region. A Flash Flood Watch covers all of our region, plus there is a Small Craft Advisory on the Bay and Gale Watch for the beaches. As we look at the various computer models below, we can

By | 2017-07-28T09:32:15+00:00 July 28th, 2017|beaches, Flash Flood Watch, Forecast, radar, rain timeline, Severe, simulated radar, storm, waves|Comments Off on Storm Update: Flash Flood Rain Timeline And Surf

More Heat And Less Storms For Now

Wednesday July 19 Here comes another heat wave! It is July after all and the last one didn't last too long. This one will build and the irony is that the heat may help to limit the storms. A large area of High Pressure is dominated the eastern US. We get under that ridge and

By | 2017-07-19T08:11:02+00:00 July 19th, 2017|Forecast, heat wave, radar, storm|Comments Off on More Heat And Less Storms For Now

Severe Storm Risk Today Then Nicer Weekend

Friday July 14 Today is the day we break the heat, but we still have it along with a very humid feel to the air. A cluster of thunderstorms moved through between York, Bel Air, and North East this morning. The loud boomers may have woken up a lot of people and will add to

By | 2017-07-14T07:45:27+00:00 July 14th, 2017|Forecast, July, radar, rain timeline, Severe, simulated radar, storm, weather|Comments Off on Severe Storm Risk Today Then Nicer Weekend

Heat Building With Potential Storms

Tuesday July 11, Today is just the beginning of our 90 degree stretch. The higher heat will eventually be followed by even more humidity, making for a true heat wave.  The worst of the heat should be Thursday, with the peak of the storms building Thursday evening and into Friday. The best bet is that

By | 2017-07-11T10:38:59+00:00 July 11th, 2017|Forecast, heat, July, radar, simulated radar, storm, weather|Comments Off on Heat Building With Potential Storms

Independence Day Weather Outlook: Radar Simulation

July 4 To say with will be hot with a chance of an afternoon thunderstorm on Independence Day is cliche, but so fitting. Yes, this year we have classic July weather as temps will climb into the lower 90s for many and thunderstorms will pop up mid afternoon through evening. The main question is whether

By | 2017-07-04T10:06:37+00:00 July 4th, 2017|fireworks, Forecast, holiday, Independence Day, July, radar, rain timeline, simulated radar, storm|Comments Off on Independence Day Weather Outlook: Radar Simulation