Sunday February 12 – A strong storm is passing to our north and will intensify off of the coast. Rain is passing through this morning as we are right on the edge. To our south, temps the Shenandoah are approaching 70°F, while snow is well to our north and will make a return to the western Maryland mountains tonight. That is when cold winds will up and possibly gust to 60 mph. Metro Baltimore is under a High Wind Warning as a result. Wind Advisories have been posted for southern Pennsylvania. The peak of the winds will be overnight and into Monday. See the timeline below the radar simulation

Radar Simulation —> slider HRRR Model

Wind Forecast

Top winds will kick up after midnight. It may wake you up with flying branches and rattling shutters.

 

Wind Timeline —> slider NAM Model

 

Strong Storm To Our North

 

Will we have snow during the week?

There has been chatter about the European Model that showed snow Wednesday/Thursday. As of now, the computer model consensus splits the energy and does not allow that storm to take form. However, I think there is some model error with the energy location… so we may have at least a chance of snow showers. I will have more on that in my evening post.

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