Meteorologist Chelsea Ingram has been obsessed with weather since she was a teenager. She earned a B.S. in Meteorology from North Carolina State University, then studied broadcasting and electronic journalism at Lyndon State College in Vermont. While in college, Chelsea worked as an operational meteorologist for V-Trans, the Vermont Department of Transportation through the Vermont Institute of Applied Meteorology. She also worked as a research meteorologist for Earthrisk Technologies.
Community outreach is very important to Chelsea. With heart disease on both sides of her family, she has worked closely with the American Heart Association promoting heart health and heart disease prevention. She’s also been very involved with the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Before coming to Baltimore, Chelsea was a meteorologist in Colchester, Vermont, where she represented the state of Vermont at the Miss America Pageant.
High pressure of the Great Lakes is responsible for our seasonable and sunny weather this afternoon. It will keep skies clear tonight, leading to another chilly night in spots.
A cold front has ushered in noticeably cooler air today and a chilly area of high pressure will set up in it’s wake through Sunday.
Extreme heat is in the forecast again for Monday and the National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory that is to go into effect starting at noon on Monday.
A code orange air quality alert is in place today.
A high wind warning will go into effect at 11 p.m. tonight with gusts up to 60mph possible.
Guidance suggests that snow will move in from west to east overnight Thursday into Friday AM.
Flooding is a concern after severe weather moves through Maryland.
After an icy start to Tuesday, flooding is becoming a concer as heavy rains rush through the region and warmer temps melt the snow.
Snow, sleet and freezing rain are causing dangerous conditions in parts of Maryland overnight.
Maryland will be seeing a variety of winter weather over the next two days.
Bundle up, Baltimore! Maryland is seeing the coldest temperatures of the year so far.
The warmer air should result in areas of fog later Sunday night into Monday AM as more moisture moves into the lower-levels of the atmosphere.