Wednesday June 15 9 PM – Did you notice the increase in humidity today? After the rain this morning that was more pronounced than expected for sum, a moist wind off of the Bay and Atlantic followed. That southeasterly wind from the water will enhance the disturbance on the way in tonight. This follows the saying I often repeat in set ups like this: Wind from the east will feed the incoming beast. The radar simulation below expands on what I showed earlier as showers will develop across our area tonight. The flare up of some thunderstorms will be followed by why appears to be a stalling of the line of rain for a few hours Thursday morning. I don’t expect severe storms, but some loud boomers and locally heavy rain (which we need ) is possible.
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Back to the weather….
Radar Simulation –> slider
You will notice one wave after midnight, then a second around sunrise. This will be the one that stalls between Harrisburg and Baltimore making I-83 to I-95 a wet morning commute.