June 14

Today is Flag Day and there will be some push from the wind as cooler air begins to move in. A cold front will arrive from the north and tip off some showers, but it will not be widespread for us. Look for some showers to develop between noon and 2 PM then the focus will shift west and south of Baltimore. There will be a better chance near and south of Washington later this afternoon. A drop back from our record of 97ºF yesterday to the upper 80s.


Will you see rain?

Compare the short range models of the simulated radar for timing and tracking. The similarity is the location of the flare up south of Baltimore later this afternoon.

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HRRR Model

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NAM Model

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Here are 12 hour snapshots showing the scattered style of storms in the mix through Father’s Day Weekend. The final showdown should be with the cold front and severe storm outbreak next Monday

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Faith in the Flakes

The store is closing for the season. Next week we wil be shifting back to spring mode. This will include a severe weather STEM assembly program.