Wednesday February 8 – For the second day in a row, temperatures soared well above expectations and scored another record high at Baltimore’s BWI. It may seem like Denver weather as our storm is still set to bring heavy rain and then heavy snow overnight into Thursday morning. The pendulum swings both ways and this is extreme weather for sure. While it may seem hard to consider snow sticking, there is a Winter Storm Warning and Winter Weather Advisory in our area. If you missed my last report, Baltimore has been added to the party list. The latest simulated radar will show the timeline of the snow progress for us. We have a few things working in our favor for stickage. I will list those below along with a compilation of regional snow maps from multipole models and The National Weather Service. My first call for snowfall map is holding strong, but I will make a final call map tonight.
Record High At Baltimore’s BWI
72°F set at 12:20 PM
Old Record: 70°F set in 1965
Normal High = 43°F
It Really Will Snow Overnight
Simulated Radar —> slider HRRR Model
This is a rough timeline of the progress of the snow line, give or take an hour for a buffer. Please see my notes below