Tuesday December 29 2020
A band of flurries dropped through central Maryland this morning on the leading edge of much colder air. The sun will come out today, but the winds will be strong making the afternoon 30s feel like the 20s.
Across the middle of the nation, a large storm is developing, which will reach us with light rain Thursday and heavier rain Friday. But a little ice may start the morning of New Year’s Day. What follows is looking a little more interesting for Sunday to bring in a weak system, that continues to get closer with a little snow.
Morning Set Up
Wind Forecast Later This Morning
Strong winds will develop this morning. The steady wind will be between 10 and 20 mph, but higher gusts help to reinforce the colder air today.
Wind Gusts reach up to 30 mph
Afternoon temps will be close to 10 degrees below average, and feel another 10 degrees colder than that!
Wind Chills will feel about 1o to 15 degrees colder.
New Year’s Eve Day: Light rain showers.
New Year’s Day Storm —> slider
This may start early in the day with some freezing rain and icing in the normally colder suburbs and mountain region. That icing will shift through central PA and metro New York while we get a chilly rain to last all day.
Jumping To Sunday
Last night I mentioned this event in my report. The European Model has brought this Low Pressure even closer (north). The energy is still split, but I am watching this trending together. At this point, it’s worth considering a chance for light snow or mix during the day.
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