July 27 2017 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 post is only about that potion and does not include the thunderstorms that will develop today. I will update that. Please consider a few things: First, this
Many 25 2017 - 4:30 PM We have an area of Low Pressure in Virginia that will be crossing overhead this evening and tonight. Acting on the moisture in place and the heat of the day, strong thunderstorms have developed and some might turn severe. A severe storm would consist of winds over 58 mph,
Monday May 15 - Now that the storm is gone, we will come close to verifying the notion that our area can get all four seasons in as many days. We are just missing winter. The warm up that beings today takes us back close to normal, with afternoon temperatures approaching 70ºF. I am chaperoning
Wednesday April 19 - The clouds will dominate today as an easterly wind off of the Atlantic helps to bring in cool and damp air. Some rain showers have been trying to push in this morning and we can't rule out some showers scattered today, but most of the day will be somewhat dry. While
March 27 - The infamous Cold Air Dam that built in on Sunday has been slow to budge. That is always a problem in early spring when warm air tries to push out cool, dense, and saturated air along the coast. The is why I was cautious to say today's temperatures would be 'near 70ºF'.