Memorial Day Monday May 27 2019 After a round of rough storms last night, we get in to a Canadian Air Mass the holds out temperatures and humidity down with
Sunday May 26 2019 We continue in a pattern of strong and severe storms. In similar fashion to yesterday, we will have a nice day with the chance of strong
Wednesday May 22 2019 This morning is cool and crisp under a clear sky. Many stations are reporting the mid 40s to near 50ºF at sunrise. We will have another
Tuesday May 21 2019 Baltimore reported the first day above 90 degrees on Monday. It was 91ºF at BWI, but our weather will be cooler and quiet for a few
Wednesday May 23 2018 The Ain issue this morning is low visibility, and that is not for all of us. This morning map shows the worst fog northeast of Baltimore
May 22 2018 We have a marginal risk of severe storms. This means there will be widespread showers and some thunderstorms with a select few that could reach severe limits.
Monday May 29 - This morning's Doppler Radar at 7:30 AM showed a band of storms in Pennsylvania. This appears to be holding on a track near and north of
Saturday May 27 - A large portion of the central US is under the threat of severe storms today. This region will be dealing with large hail and a widespread
May 25 - A wet start this morning will give way to a few dry hours. But as Low Pressure forms and crawls overhead, another wave of thunderstorms will develop
Wed May 24 - Today were will be between systems and get dry weather for the daylight hours. This is great news for the Blue Angels air show in Annapolis.