Cold And Quiet Then A Little Friday Snow And A Lot Of Action Next Week

Cold And Quiet Then A Little Friday Snow And A Lot Of Action Next Week

Wednesday February 27 2019

Temperatures have chilled down and will remain cold for a while. The next two days will be quiet, but we are still expecting a little snow on Friday morning. This will be a weak system but timing out around sunrise so that it could have some travel impact. It still looks like between a dusting and 2 inches of snow is possible. The problem is that the array of computer models are having trouble locking in on this and a very active weather pattern through next week. March will be coming in like a lion.

This morning the pattern is split. The outlook will combine forces for us to get more active weather next week.

  • Northern branch: Snow rising the through the Great Lakes into New England.
  • Southern brach: Rain across the Gulf Coast

Wednesday February 27 snow storm weather

 

 

Friday Snow Notes

🛑Not a major storm.

📏Dusting to 2 inches, mostly early morning Friday

🍌Slick roads possible Friday morning

🚌School delays❓

❄️Ends by mid-day Friday

Compare the computer model maps below 

 

 

Local Weather Stats For February 27, 2019 in Baltimore

Average High:  48ºF

Record High: 76ºF in 1997

Average  Low: 29ºF

Record Low:  9ºF in 1934

                         *Record Snow:  = 3.5″ in 1940

Sunrise: 6:42 AM

Sunset 5:56 PM 

*Daylight = 2:31 longer than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 39ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House 

 

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Morning  Temperatures

 

Afternoon Highs

Thursday Afternoon Highs

Friday Morning Low Temperatures 

Where the snow falls, it will be cold enough to stick

 

Friday Morning Snow

The NAM Model does appear to be the most aggressive. It tends to do that, but I have seen it lead the charge with a few event this year that earned it some credit. Compare this to other models below.

 

Friday Morning Computer Model Comparison

 

 

 

European Model

 

GFS Model

 

Canadian GEM Model

 

Friday Snow Notes

🛑Not a major storm.

📏Dusting to 2 inches, mostly early morning Friday

🍌Slick roads possible Friday morning

🚌School delays❓

❄️Ends by noon Friday

I will continue to update this with a better chance for snow potential this afternoon

 

Outlook

This weekend: Another storm is likely top bring us rain

Next Week: A few storms but the computer modeling is all over the place. It would be a disservice to show you them now without any consistency of timing and type of ‘stuff’ that will fall.  Why I feel comfortable showing you is the jet stream that will be dominated by a cold flow. That also has energy to bring multiple weather systems for the first week of March

Blue: Colder than climatological average

 

Temperature Outlook

 

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