March 1 – March is coming in like a lion for sure. A band of rain this morning may clip Baltimore and will reach the northern areas of Maryland and into PA. Then the surge of temps back to the 70s and a strong line of storms are likely to turn severe. The NOAA Storm Prediction Center has pushed the Enhanced Risk of Severe Storms farther east to include Westminster and York. This is a better likelihood of storms that could include winds gusting over 58 mph, large hail over 1 inch in diameter, and an isolated tornado is possible. Much of the rest of our area is in the slight risk for severe storms. Below is a timeline on the radar simulation that shows the peak activity will be between 1 and 3 PM.
Please keep scrolling below for much more info on the storms and shift on Friday to light snow.
Simulated Radar —> slider HRRR Model
The most active storms will be between 1 and 3 PM. A chance of rain will linger through the evening.