September 10, 2022
Saturday Morning Update
While we start the weekend on a quiet note, there is still a lot of activity. Well to our East, Hurricane Earl is still churning in the North Atlantic north of Bermuda. Strong waves will be impacting the coast. Advisories are up for the beaches and the Chesapeake Bay, which may include some flooding in Annapolis.
To our south and west, a band of rain will be moving up the mountains which will reach western Maryland by the end of the day. We get in on that rain for Sunday.
But first, there was a full moon on Friday. I wanted to share two photos that were taken locally for the Pic of the Day:
Chesapeake Bay – David Sites
Maryland Moon – Monika Clark
Morning Surface Weather
A light wind from the East around High Pressure will be combining with the waves from Hurricane Earl which has winds of 105 mph this morning. The impact on the coastal areas will be felt today with higher water levels and rip currents. See the Advisory map below.
Rain in the mountains of Virginia to the Carolina’s will move north today…. Western Maryland will end the day wet, while we will see increasing clouds in metro areas.
That Cold Front in the Northern Plains will continue to affect us with rain into Tuesday.
Local Weather Alerts
Coastal Flood Advisory includes the beaches, Chesapeake Bay, and the vulnerable Annapolis Docks.
If you wanted a last weekend at the beaches, it will be rough across Maryland to Delaware.
A chill in the air with many 50s at sunrise.
Increasing Clouds with rain in western Maryland.
Late Day Rain Snapshot
This is a product that has been running slow. I believe the rain may move in mid-afternoon across Skyline Drive to Garrett County.
This will spread into the western suburbs tonight.
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It’s easy to call it Soggy Sunday, as there will be periods of rain, with some breaks in between. The off and on rain will continue on Monday. At this point it looks like the rain may depart early Tuesday.
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