Monday April 24 – The slow moving storm in the southern US is gradually working in our direction. After getting lucky with a nice Sunday, the rain has returned overnight and showers are with us this morning. A chilly northeast wind with more rain will keep much of central Maryland and Delaware in the 50s today, while it could be milder to the north in PA. Check out the satellite loop and maps below as the rain could be heavier Tuesday, nut the storm ‘should be’ moving away Wednesday morning.  Then… April extreme weather flips will live up to its reputation as summer heat will arrive for next weekend.

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Watch the steady rain move in from the south this afternoon

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High Temperatures Today

The east to northeast wind from the Atlantic and Chesapeake, combined with more rain earlier… will keep temps in the 50s for much of Maryland and Delaware


Satellite: Water Vapor Loop

Two circulation to focus on here: The tight, slow moving circulation in Alabama is fueling the surface Low, but the wider circulation shows the slow movement of the overall pattern. Plus the plum of subtropical moisture being pulled north our way…


Tracking The Storm

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Rainfall Expectation


Temperature Outlook

Yes, we could see some 90ºF temps by next weekend.

Storm Smart: My STEM Assembly Program

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Faith in the Flakes

The store is closing for the season. Next week we wil be shifting back to spring mode. This will include a severe weather STEM assembly program.