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Dense Fog Advisory And Hurricane Gert Has 90 mph Winds

Wednesday August 16 Our weather is improving but you may not notice for a few hours. A Dense Fog Advisory has been issued for our area west of the Chesapeake Bay until 9 AM. Visibility may be down under a mile at some spots, but it is patchy and will improve quickly. This is is

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Flash Flood Watch And Severe Storm Risk Today

Monday August 7 Heavy rain is the story of the day. One band already moved through this morning and there will be another ave developing this morning. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for central Maryland, Delmarva, and New Jersey. But moderate to heavy rain will fall outside of this area. An area of

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Storm Damage Photos Around Baltimore County August 3 2017

Friday August 4 The severe thunderstorm that hit Baltimore County around 5:30 PM Thursday August 3 2017 produce amazing cloud formation and incredible damage. The first image here over Towson is from Crissie Evans who works on the 8th floor of a building across from Towson Town Center. This is looking south and on the

By | 2017-08-04T13:36:29+00:00 August 4th, 2017|damage, photos, Severe, severe storm, storm recap, tornado, warning, Warnings|Comments Off on Storm Damage Photos Around Baltimore County August 3 2017

Did A Tornado Hit Baltimore County On August 3?

Friday August 4 Much of this week has featured severe weather across central Maryland, but Thursday August 3 it was centered on Baltimore County. The storm that moved through between 5 and 6 PM started in Anne Arundel County and grew in a hurry. It is my belief that the development and enhancement came from

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Storm Update and Radar Simulation For Wed Aug 2

Wednesday August 2 Severe storms have erupted early this afternoon as suggested this morning. If you followed my posts online I showed the castleling clouds and then the early pop up showers in southern York County that included hail.  More daily heating has helped enhance the atmosphere and the subtle boundaries are hinting at where

By | 2017-08-02T15:15:30+00:00 August 2nd, 2017|flash flooding, flooding, Forecast, radar, rain timeline, severe storm, simulated radar, warning, Warnings, weather|Comments Off on Storm Update and Radar Simulation For Wed Aug 2

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

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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

New Radar Simulation Today As Flooding Begins Across Maryland

Friday July 28 A band of heavy rain developed this morning has has already produced over 1.5 inches of rain near Arbutus and between 2 and 4 inches in Montgomery County north of Washington DC. There was a boundary stalled over central Maryland helping to ignite the intense cell.  This is important to consider as

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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

Flash Flood Watch Friday And Saturday As July Ends Very Soggy

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

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