High pressure will shift off the East Coast tomorrow, turning our flow southeasterly. A warm front will approach from the southwest, bringing a passing shower and struggle to get through tomorrow night.
Spring is officially here, but today didn’t look or feel like the arrival of spring one bit as measurable snow fell across the region.
We ‘started the ball rolling’ yesterday by predicting a general 1-3 inches of new snow out of this upcoming event, knowing that some ‘fine-tuning’ would be in order…
The latest radar loop and surface observations still indicate a bit of rain hanging on in the southernmost parts of the region with the rest of the area remaining dry.
After a beautiful and mild Monday, we do have some big changes coming our way by later tomorrow.
A bit of rain has moved into the region tonight and more is coming overnight.
A perfectly wonderful spring-like afternoon that brought us the warmest temperature of the year so far at 63 degrees!
A very cold night again across the region, as light winds and snow cover and rather clear skies offer the best possible circumstances for a drop to near record lows for March 7.
Our snow storm here has ended, but the cold remains. Tonight we may break a low temperature record by morning.
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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.