Our snow storm here has ended, but the cold remains. Tonight we may break a low temperature record by morning.
The focus for the heaviest snow is across the Baltimore metro area for late tonight into tomorrow. This is the area with the longest duration snow.
A winter storm watch will be in effect for later Wednesday night through the day on Thursday for almost all of Maryland!
Hi Everyone, This weekend I was in Tuscaloosa, Alabama to visit my son, and participate in his frats Father/Son weekend. A good time was had by all. ROLL TIDE. Then the **** hit the fan. […]
As the latest storm heads out into the Atlantic early this morning, it has managed to leave behind a sloppy mess of snow, sleet and rain — especially in the Northeast.
Snow is arriving through noon; quickly mixing with and changing to sleet and freezing rain between noon and 3 PM from south to north; ice ending between 10 PM and midnight, ending as freezing drizzle or plain drizzle thereafter.
Another weekend, another impactful storm on the horizon for the greater Northeast!
Another very chilly night for this time of the year is on tap. The record low for tomorrow is 5 above, set back in 1934.
We’re looking forward to March.
Another winter weather event has ended, and luckily, most of the region survived this one very well!
It’s a dry Wednesday so far, but that’s about to change again!
We had a near record low this past morning of 3 degrees, which was only one degree from tying a record that has stood since 1873!