I did end up bringing the contours further south from DC eastward. Not really anything to add to yesterday’s discussion. I’m leaving to go up north now where there’s 18 inches of snow on the ground.
Another quick-turnaround forecast as the next system looks to bring widespread 1-4″ totals to the Mid-Atlantic, with higher totals in the central Appalachians. Marginal boundary layer temperatures and initial surface winds out of the southeast makes finding that 1″ boundary a challenge yet again. Luckily, the upper-level temperatures are cooperating more this time around, so [...]
Winds are starting to gust again today as another cold front makes its way through the region. A lack of moisture out ahead of the front means nothing but an isolated shower or two is possible along the front as is slides eastward. Despite being a cold front, it won’t do much to bring [...]
Temperatures will be above normal today as the sun peaks through scattered clouds southerly winds push warmer air into the region. The birds are chirping this morning as spring tries to get going early in our region. Enjoy today, because tomorrow will be a different story. ***** IMPORTANT INFORMATION CONCERNING MONDAY’S WEATHER ***** After [...]
Areas in northern VA, MD, DC and Delmarva could see 1-2″ of light snow today as a clipper system moves over the region. I was thinking 0.5-1″ earlier, but with the radar filling in and areas of moderate snow forming, higher amounts are expected, with some areas possibly even going over 2″. The band setting [...]