Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Risk of 100 degree heat has diminished due to abundant moisture

With very high dew points and the risk of very heavy rain showers the 100 degree heat  I was concerned about has been  knocked down to low to mid 90s. It will be very uncomfortable today so please stay alert to the heat and drink plenty of fluids.

If thunderstorms erupt in your area they will have very heavy rainfall and could contain severe winds.

All for now!

Sunday, June 24, 2007


This will be an impressive and oppressive heat wave with high Tuesday and Wednesday now looking like they could hot 100 degrees. Humidity will also be very high. It is not fun starting summer with a quick rise to the first 100 degree day! The heat should start to lose some of its grip Thursday when we have a chance of some thunderstorms. Thursday will also be uncomfortable but the additional clouds could shave some high temperature readings!
If things work right then next weekend we could see a repeat of some cooler readings like we have experienced thus far this weekend!
All for now!

Saturday, June 23, 2007


It is going to be a nice dry weekend, and though it will get pretty hot Sunday, but heat in the mid and upper 90's Monday and Tuesday will be common. There will be a chance of a break in Hot temperatures including temperatures dropping to reasonable levels by next weekend. But it does appear temps will be in the 90's or a few degrees of 90 through Friday. This will be an extremely dangerous heat too as Humidity levels will be very high Monday and Tuesday!
All for now

Thursday, June 21, 2007

Severe Storms on Maryland and Northern Virginia Doorsteps!

A gusty line of severe storms is racing through Maryland and just entering Northern Virginia. High winds have been the main severe activity from these storms. They are moving fast so conditions will rapidly deteriorate for Central Maryland And Northern Virginia!
Stay Alert and listen to weather and news outlets for the latest
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Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Severe weather possible today

A strong cold front will enter the region later today. The clash between the hot steamy air and this front which will bring a break in humidity and heat could produce severe storms including hail and high winds. There is a slight chance that a storm could have a tornado.
Please stay tuned to radio and news outlets fro watches and/or warnings.

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Sunday, June 17, 2007

Hot weather returns and STAYS! Heavy Storms possible Tuesday!

The heat had been on a break last week but has returned and appears to be staying for the foreseeable future. Mid week we should get a break from the humid conditions but highs in the 85 to 90 range will remain and low 90's very common through Tuesday! Tuesday may also feature some severe! We will have to wait and see!
Long term a full country heat wave will be coming! Bad news and an energy drain!
Tropics could start to show a more active pattern in about a week and a half.
All for now!

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Severe Weather Again possible today

As spokes of energy come off a large Low off the east coast, another round of strong to severe storms is possible today. High Winds, Hail, and an isolated tornado are all possible.
Please stay alert to watches and/or warnings by local news and weather outlets.
All for now!

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Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Scattered Storms today. Some Severe. Storms tomorrow and then nicer conditions

There is a good Chance of scattered storms today. Like yesterday there could be severe storms. Yesterday Central and southern Virginia saw numerous reports of High winds and some hail. I suspect more will be present today. Highs in the 80s today will lower to the 70s across the north the next few days. Warm weather will make its return starting Sunday into Monday.
All for now!

Sunday, June 10, 2007

Not too hot of a week thanks to a Gale Center! Could it become tropical?

Well, a very Hot last Friday has turned to a much better temperature regime! The forecast will remain all week in the low 80s! Some easterly components to the winds will keep moisture around and this could mean afternoon and early evening showers and storms. This is especially true east of the mountains and near the coastal areas. As the low drifts southward and maintains close proximity to the Gulf Stream a sub-tropical low could form. We will see!

Other possibilities in the Tropics exist as well.

All for now!


Sunday, June 03, 2007

Barry aided rains will come in at 1- 2 inches at most

The speed of the system is so fast that an inch to 2 inches at most will be the most we see, though some higher amounts are possible from a few thunderstorms.

Much cooler today with highs only in the 70 to 75 degree range at best.

Again, the week will start pretty nice and then the Hazy Hot and Humid conditions will come back by next weekend! A few storms will be possible Monday and then again by next weekend.

All for now!

Saturday, June 02, 2007

Barry to mean rainy Sunday Night! Needed and welcome! Then a Cool down!

Very warm and muggy conditions will start to break tomorrow as Barry brings needed and some heavy rains to areas along and east of the I-95 corridor. Areas of Eastern Carolinas could see amounts up to 5" and In eastern Virginia 2-4"! The I-95 corridor will see 1-3" and areas along the foothills .5 - 1.5". Amounts will vary based on some thunderstorms which could also be severe with isolated tornadoes, especially coastal areas! 
The Low from Barry will merge with a low in the Midwest area and then pump cooler air from Canada! This will NOT be long lived and a return to Hot and Humid conditions will make there return.. more stagnant air is not too far away! 
There could be more tropical activity to watch in the Caribbean as well!
Busy times!

Friday, June 01, 2007

First Day of Hurricane Season! First Tropical Storm of the Season! Barry!

Andrea was Sub Tropical so this is the first real Warm Core Tropical Storm of the Season. Great for FL and GA Drought Releif!
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