Wednesday April 5 – April is prime tome for severe storms and this first week of the month is proving itself. The biggest severe storm outbreak of the year is projected for today with a large area of enhanced risk for destructive weather. Atlanta and Nashville are among the many areas that could see supercell develop into destructive tornados. In addition, large hail and damaging winds, with local flooding area ll possible. The peak of the storm is today, but there will be enough energy for our region tomorrow.

Quick outlook today locally: Quiet and mild with temps reaching close to 70ºF. The Orioles game should get in without a problem, but rain tonight and storms could arrive as soon as Thursday morning. Then Low Pressure will redevelop overhead and drag in cold air. We could see heavy snow in western Maryland Friday morning wil 6 inches or more possible to lead into the weekend.

Today’s Severe Storm Breakdown:



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Severe Storm Threat Thursday


Snow Friday- In Western Maryland


Temperature Outlook



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