Saturday May 14 – The sunny and mild start to our weekend is deceiving. A strong cold front will be crossing this afternoon with a growing line of thunderstorms. These will be quite strong with heavy downpours and possibly some damaging winds. Here is the radar simulation showing the progress of the line starting at noon. If you have plans in metro Baltimore, this should arrive shortly after 3 PM, and could linger for a few hours as the line then moves on to the Eastern Shore.
Rain Timeline —> slider
Warm Before The Storm
Snow Still On For Western Maryland
The cold air and Lake Effect snow band will develop overnight. This timing in the dark hours might actually allow for some stickage above 2,000 Ft. That puts Wisp, Canaan Valley, and Snowshoe in the running for a surprise at sunrise. I hope I get pics to share.
The cool down on Sunday cold tie a record. Should Baltimore stay in the 50s, that would make for 7 days this month matching the mark set in 1882.
Monday morning might bring the 30s into the colder suburbs with potential frost inland from the Bay/City.
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Faith in the Flowers- For Save A Limb Fund
Help me support 16 year old Lexi Hack’s fundraiser to give back to the program that is helping fix her legs. See the display at Westminster’s Flower and Jazz Festival Saturday in the Bowman’s Booth. I plan to be there between 2 and 4 PM
These shirts (baseball T comes with red or black sleeves) and eco-friendly Tote Bag come with a bracelet to help raise money for Save A Limb Fund.