Rare October Nor’easter

A rare October nor’easter will be developing Saturday off the Mid Atlantic coast. With cold air in place over the region, this storm has the potential to generate some significant snow over a portion of the area.


Much of the I-95 corridor including the Baltimore metro area will see rain and a rain-snow mix. Higher elevations to the north and west will be colder and have a greater chance of receiving a wet, heavy snow.

The record snow for Baltimore for October 29 is a Trace in 1952. This would not be too hard to tie or break in this particular situation.

Computer models continue to show some inconsistancy from run to run on the fine details of the storm so adjustments to the snow total forecasts may still need to be made. Check out the latest information on wbaltv.com and tune in Lowell Melser and John Collins Staturday for the latest updates.

John Collins


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