Saturday November 19 – A strong cold front is on the way that will mark a significant pattern change. Baltimore hit 73°F on Friday which was not a record but 17 degrees above ‘normal’. We still have the warm temps around today, but that will change mid afternoon and tomorrow highs will only be in the 40s. Wind Advisory: The transition will bring winds 15 to 25 mph with gusts up to 55 mph. Anything not tied down can become projectiles. The piles of leaves you don’t clean up could end up belonging to your neighbors. Winter Weather Advisory in the mountains: We shift our focus to snow accumulation in the mountains to our west and flurries locally by tonight and Sunday.
There are two sliders below to track the hourly progress of the winds marking the front and the rain line with snow in the mountains. There will be flakes flying locally into Sunday morning and moderate accumulation for some of the ski resorts.
Tracking The Wind: NAM Model –> slider
Arrival Time Plan:
- Central MD/PA between 3 and 6 PM
- Eastern Shore/Delmarva between 5 and 8 PM