Rain Timeline For Afternoon And Evening Faster Than Models

Rain Timeline For Afternoon And Evening Faster Than Models

Screen Shot2016-05-29 12_56_21Sunday May 29 – I just wanted to make a quick update on the rain on the way that might affect your pool, BBQ, or party plans. We are in the middle of Memorial Day Weekend and rather than explain the influence of Tropical Depression  Bonnie again, here are the basics. There is rain already on radar in southern Maryland is about two to three hours faster than the models indicated. That is the first image in the slider below.  The slider timeline seems a little slow. So if you pay attention to the time stamp, the only math I will ask you to do is subtract two hours from what the HRRR Model shows 🙂

We will have an increase in rain and thunderstorms this afternoon and tonight. It looks like the tropical moisture teaming up with an approaching cold front will lead to a wide spread of thunderstorms just west of I-95 near Washington and spread through metro Baltimore tonight.  Again, this should be be a little faster than the time stamp seen here. That may also mean it gets out of here early Monday and could make for an improving Memorial Day outlook.  Stand by for that.

Simulated Radar —> slider

Compare to live interactive radar on my home page

Click to see more on Tropical Depression Bonnie

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