Snow After Temps In The 60s This Week

Snow After Temps In The 60s This Week

Monday February 6 – Baltimore hit a high temperature of 61°F today. This is not a record, but way above average. Not our typical February day, and Tuesday will be warmer. One their I have operated on for years is that extremes breed extremes. The pendulum swings both way, so big warm ups are often balanced by a big chill or something in between when normalcy tries to return. So here we have the rain event tomorrow. No change here, and when it passes by, the boundary I showed in the jet stream is still left behind. That will allow a storm to develop on the base of the trough in the jet stream. The GFS and European Models are in agreement with this intensifying as the Low passes to our south on Thursday morning. FITF

Before showing the maps, I need to add some disclaimers:

  1. The ground is warm

  2. The temperatures will be dropping, but some snow will fall with the air above freezing. It will be colder clouds that produce the flakes.

These two limit stickage. However the timing of the snow falling at night, with moderate rates could counter the ground temps and help accumulation. Either way, I would caution anyone making a guess at now amounts this early. There are too many elements that are borderline and can change.

Tuesday Rain —> slider

Snow —> slider

Notice the ‘Freezing Line’. This appears to drop along or just south of I-95 Thursday morning. The best chance for stockage and top accumulation will be the typical colder spots West and North of Baltimore. Along I-95 and in metro Baltimore and Washington this will be a close call. Still hold on to your Faith in the Flakes. There is hope.

 

REMINDER: NO SNOW TOTAL MAP YET

It is too early and the temperate of the ground and air both need to be accounted for.

 

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Also See:

My Winter Outlook for 2016-2017: Colder with snow spread out more

Maryland Winters

NOAA Winter Outlook for 2016 to 2017

La Nina Formed: What it could mean to our winter

Farmers Almanacs Split On Cold And Snow

Extreme Weather of 2015 balanced out on both ends

Low Snow Winters In Baltimore: Records Might Surprise You

NOAA Ranks Blizzard 2016 4th Worst Snowstorm On Record

Blizzard 2016 Record Top Snowstorm: Area Totals

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