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.
Tomorrow night looks to be the coldest night that we have seen since March 7th. Bundle-up!
Expect partly sunny conditions tomorrow with highs in the mid 50s. A swirling patch of clouds moving through the Midwest represents an upper-level low that is heading east and will arrive in the mid-Atlantic tomorrow.
Make sure to bundle the kids up at the bus stop tomorrow AM because it will be a chilly start to the day.
Overnight lows will drop into the upper 30’s tonight with mostly clear skies. Another beautiful day on tap tomorrow with a high in the upper 60’s and lots of sunshine.
A storm that includes some remnants of Hurricane Patricia is expected to bring heavy rain and wind to Maryland on Wednesday.
Given the northerly flow tomorrow, temperatures will be a bit cooler compared to today and will end up a degree or two below normal.
As we move into the overnight hours, a cold high pressure system will settle into the mid-Atlantic, bringing the coldest night of the season.
BALTIMORE (WJZ)–The First Warning Weather team continues to tracking your weekend weather and any possible effects from Hurricane Joaquin. Updated, Oct 5, 12:00 a.m.: Hurricane Joaquin is moving NNE at 13 mph with sustained winds […]
Following a cloudy but milder Sunday, the weather will really begin to improve as we start the work-week. Drier air will be building in from the north and that will begin to break up the clouds overnight.
The weather has been pretty crummy the past several days, but it is expected to slowly improve.
The U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami says Hurricane Joaquin has strengthened again into a Category 4 storm.
With already-saturated soils and flooded roads, East Coast states, including Maryland, were bracing for another day of dreary and possibly dangerous weather Friday as forecasters predicted more downpours and a possible added punch from powerful Hurricane Joaquin.