A Storm To Be Wary Of

Low pressure off the mid Atlantic coast today is expected to strengthen a little as it tracks northeast toward the coast of southern New England.  But it is the next storm system, just now moving through Texas, that some computer models are beginning to key on as the next possible blizzard for parts of the mid Atlantic and northeastern U.S. at the end of this week.  This morning’s run of our in-house RPM model shows an impressive 964 millibar low east of the mouth of the Delaware bay at 2pm on Thursday, producing high winds and heavy snow across central and eastern Maryland, and rain along the coast from Ocean City, MD up to New Jersey.  If the storm develops as the model is indicating, another heavy snowfall is possible around Baltimore beginning Wednesday evening and continuing through Thursday before tapering off later Thursday night.  It is too early for details regarding how much snow and where rain and sleet will mix in, but this is certainly a storm to be wary of.  Updates will be posted here and, of course, broadcast on 11 News throughout the day…stay tuned!

Tom Tasselmyer


3 Responses

  1. you have got to be kidding me! i live right across the line in Stewartstown and i speak for everyone when i say this: NO MORE SNOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. We here at Towson University hate the shoveling but wouldn’t mind some more time off from classes.

  3. where did this come from? this morning the forecast was for just flurries for this week.

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