Tuesday April 25 – The ground are damp this morning, but the next round of rain will arrive between 8 and 10 AM. This Low Pressure has an impressive circulation and will slowly be moving northward up the coast. Check out the water vapor satellite looping the flare up of moisture into North Carolina is impressive. The heaviest of rain will reach Maryland this afternoon, and chill winds will be gusty holding temps to near 60ºF. By this evening, the storm will start its departure, but drizzle may be left over. Then we will be left with areas drizzle and questionable fields for after school games.  Tomorrow we begin to dry out and really heat up by this weekend.

Satellite Loop

Notice the bright white flare up in North Carolina and southern Virginia. That is where the heaviest rain is falling this morning.

Rainfall Today

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Temperatures Remain Cool

Improving Tomorrow


Temperature Outlook

Once this storm departs, a large dome of warm air will build in. As suggested last week, I expect we can see 90ºF in spots by the 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.