Tuesday June 27
A few rain showers and more clouds today will keep temperatures well below normal. Highs will range from the mid 70s to near 80ºF, which is hardly pool weather. The core of the cool air in the atmosphere is overhead and may trigger some isolated thundershowers this afternoon. By Wednesday morning many will be in the 50s, and then a gradual bounce back up. So hang on, July will start with a heat wave.
As for today’s showers, the threat is 20%, which means most will stay dry. Here’s a look at the scattering of activity today
Simulated Radar —-> slider
High Temps Today
The core of the cool air is over us today, but watch the building ridge along the southeast US that will surge warmer air up the coast this weekend.
Wednesday morning will have widespread 50s… Then we will have widespread 90s over the weekend
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Maryland Trek 2017
Be part of my 4th annual hike and bike across Maryland this August. See my trek page and sign up for information to do one day, the whole week, or even sponsor this great event.
Milestones this year:
- I will do my 1000th mile
- We aim to reach $100,000 for Cool Kids Campaign
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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.
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