High pressure in the western Atlantic continue to influence our forecast.
For many locations in the Northeast, its looking more and more like Wednesday will be the last day we can say (with a high level of confidence) that no rain will fall in the big cities and most communities located near the coast.
What a great, GREAT, week it will be weather-wise.
Maryland is bracing for severe weather, which could bring heavy rain, high wind and even an isolated tornado to the region Monday.
Those strong storms that ripped through our area Thursday moved east, producing a powerful tornado that touched down just across the Maryland line into Delaware. It happened near Maryldel, which sits just across the Maryland state line in Delaware..
A legal dispute over a western Maryland wind farm has ended.
Thursday will be the day we’ve been waiting for for about four months. Lots of sun and temperatures around 70.
Gov. Martin O’Malley says he still has misgivings about a bill to set a 13-month moratorium on the development of tall wind turbines within 56 miles of the U.S. Naval Air Station Patuxent River base in southern Maryland.
We have rounded a corner. Legit. Thursday will be sunny and still quite chilly. But the winds, later on, will pick up again this time, though, from eh South.
The sky will be clearing early Wednesday, and while the snow has long since ended there will be a brisk and chilly wind to contend with most of the day.
After a night and then day of wild winds, we are finally starting to see calmer conditions.
An overnight storm brought sustained winds up to 30 mph and gusts up to 60 mph–rattling buildings, toppling trees and shutting off power.