As a nor’easter prepares to pummel the Northeast, environmentalists have turned to climate change to explain this season’s storms.
The Coastal Low has formed a low grade nor’easter if you will. And you know the drill.
The current coastal low will continue to move out to the ENE through the afternoon.
Emergency officials in Ocean City are warning residents that an approaching nor’easter could bring moderate flooding to the resort.
The Maryland State Highway Administration is urging motorists to plan for longer commute times because of a Nor’easter headed the state’s way.
There will be high pressure building into the region Monday night into Tuesday. This will lead to some chilly weather Monday night, and as a result it will not warm up as much Tuesday.
Just as we wrap up Sandy, a new storm is on the way for next week.
The nation’s second-oldest almanac is predicting heavy snowstorms this winter in the mid-Atlantic region based on the size of a developing El Nino temperature pattern in the Pacific Ocean.
A spring nor’easter rumbled along the East Coast on Sunday and was expected to bring rain and heavy winds and even snow in some places as it strengthens into early Monday, a punctuation to a relatively dry stretch of weather for the Northeast.
A strengthening nor’easter is moving up the coast. For us, it’s bringing the soaking rain that we need. Trees, lawns, and flowers are just exploding with color as they drink it up.