screen-shot2016-11-25-07_39_52Friday November 25 – Black Friday is the focus on shopping after Thanksgiving, but the sky will remain gray with a chance of a light shower or sprinkle. This weekend a storm will form well off of the coast and be a signal for a very active atmosphere. Strong winds will develop and dominate the next week. This weekend it will be colder air, but next week we will end of on the warmer side of the storm track. The good news is that it will bring in much needed rain for our region through the southeast to help with the wildfires. We could get on the order of 2 to 4 inches of rain from a few systems.

Below is a look at two sliders showing the timeline for the winds and the rain

Wind Building —> slider

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Rain Timeline —> Slider

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Temperature Outlook




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  • We’ve added Flannel PJ Pants that will be printed inside out. They have to be, to make it snow ?
  • Free Personal Delivery for orders of 20 items or more to schools and businesses.
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  • Look for more items to be added soon.
  • Also see the info for the STEM Assembly Spirit Wear program:  Put your school name on the shirts and raise money for you PTO/PTA in the process.




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Also See:

My Winter Outlook for 2016-2017: Colder with snow spread out more

NOAA Winter Outlook for 2016 to 2017

La Nina Formed: What it could mean to our winter

Farmers Almanacs Split On Cold And Snow

Extreme Weather of 2015 balanced out on both ends

Low Snow Winters In Baltimore: Records Might Surprise You

NOAA Ranks Blizzard 2016 4th Worst Snowstorm On Record

Blizzard 2016 Record Top Snowstorm: Area Totals