Clipper Snow Possible


Another surge of cold air will move south from Canada into the upper midwest on Wednesday. Low pressure developing on the leading edge of the cold air mass is expected to track through the mid Atlantic states Thursday afternoon and intensify as it moves east of the Delmarva Thursday night. A 150 mph jet stream in the upper atmosphere is forecast to accompany the low pressure system as it moves past Maryland. The system will likely be rather dry, but the strong jet stream may provide enough lift to squeeze out the limited moisture and produce some snow accumulations. Brisk winds behind the storm will drag cold air into Maryland for Friday. Check back for updates as the low approaches on Wednesday.

Tom Tasselmyer


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