Tuesday December 19 2017 We have another warm day today that may push 60ºF in some spots, which should be warmer than the 56ºF mark Baltimore hit yesterday. This is
Monday December 18 We had some rain overnight that may have made the ground we by you, but the air temperatures have stayed above freezing since. The pattern will remain
Sunday December 17 2017 On this date in 1932, Baltimore has 11.5 inches of snow. Most of us have no memory of that, and may feel like this past week
Saturday December 16 Are you ready for a little warm up? I think we thawed the issue on this web site and I apology for the multiple crashes on Friday.
Friday December 15 2017 2 PM (reposted after site crashing) Light snow mixed with some sleet and freezing temperatures. That what we finally settled on and it has shown itself.
December 15 2017 10 AM (reposted after site crash) The small winter event on the way is causing big problems. First, the timing of the worst impact will be during
Friday December 15 This is the third light event that seemed to ramp up right right before reaching us. The trend is for us to get these systems to over
Thursday December 14 2017 at 10:10 PM Looking at the maps tonight, I have to draw back on one basic rule of meteorology I learned back in college: The trend
Thursday December 14 This active weather pattern has one more burst of snow up its sleeve. This one will be an upper level feature or jet streak that develops over
Wednesday December 13 The clipper on the move will arrive with some flurries and snow showers by evening. The tricky part of this forecast is plotting a fast moving upper