October 1 2017 We just turned the calendar to October and ended our late season heat wave, it is easy to suggest we should just enjoy the autumn season at
Friday April 7 - The strong winds today have pushed 39 mph at BWI and helped to hold temps down for most places east of the mountains in the 40s.
Friday April 7 - Consider this the gift that keeps on giving. That strong storm that left scattered destruction yesterday is well to our north, but has pushed down strong
9:40 PM Saturday March 18 - The second part of this latest storm will be developing to our south and move well off of the coast. It is the upper
March 17 - The luck of the Irish may be helping the Maryland thaw but not Pennsylvania. A warm front ahead of a Mid Wester Low Pressure will arrive this
March 15 - The storm is located in northern New England and is the gift that keeps on giving. We have set up a winter pattern to make up for
March 14 - The storm is cranking quite a bit off of the east coast. As it moves north of New Jersey, we et the cold air sliding into Maryland.
Tuesday March 14 - We still have a mess this morning, but many in central Maryland have less snow. I really wanted to celebrate Pi Day, but forecast was anything
At this stage of the game, writing this post at 10:30 PM on Monday night, this is nowcasting mode. Snowfall rates will increase up to 1 to 2 inches per
8:00 PM Monday March 13 - The winter storm on the way is still in two separate parts. Below is the latest radar simulation to track the snow/rain line and compare