June 20 2018

The stalled front has lived up to expectations and powered storms this afternoon. The line of storms has turned severe in western Maryland. It dropped over 3 inches of rain in some spots leading to flash flooding. This should weekend a little as it pushes east this evening and tonight. But still worth watching. Below is a look at the radar simulation starting at 5 PM and compared to the radar at 5:15 PM. You can see the line of storms appears to be about 1 hour ahead of schedule. That is why I am showing both… to allow you to give a 1 hour buffer for the arrive if you happen to be outdoors.

There is a band of rain in southern Maryland, but the stronger round may arrive tonight with what is left over from the storm line moving out of the mountains.

The best chance for the worst weather appears to be around and south of the Potomac River.


Radar 2 Hr Loop


Doppler Radar at 5:15 PM


Radar Simulation —> slider

Note: This 5 PM plot is behind the verifying doppler view above. So plan for this to arrive sooner than shown

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Updated Severe Storm Risk From The Storm Prediction Center




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