Thursday July 13

Today will be the peak of our heat. The combination of the highest temperature and dew points will result in Heat Index values over 100ºF this afternoon. The prime area for the Heat Advisory will be along I-95, metro Baltimore/Washington/Philadelphia, and southward through southern Maryland and Delmarva. The risk of heat exhaustion is increased so limiting exposure outdoors and drinking plenty of water is the best advice. also make sure to check frequently on kids, pets, and neighbors. Especially the elderly that may have compromised immune systems. See the severe storm risk below.

  • Average High = 88ºF
  • Record High = 99ºF in 1966




Any Storms Today?

Perhaps one line in the afternoon and then a second skimming Maryland from southern Pennsylvania overnight 




Severe Storm Outlook

Today: High heat could make any storm strong, but the better chance will be Friday with the cold front

Tomorrow: Slight Risk for severe storms

Weekend: Less Humid with Highs 85ºF to 90ºF



Rain Timeline Friday

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Maryland Trek 2017

Be part of my 4th annual hike and bike across Maryland this August. See my trek page and sign up for information to do one day, the whole week, or even sponsor this great event.

Milestones this year:

  • I will do my 1000th mile
  • We aim to reach $100,000 for Cool Kids Campaign

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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.