Sunday Evening September 16

Florence is a Tropical Depression and The National Hurricane Center issued their final advisory for the system at 5 PM today.  The center was located 25 miles SE of Greenville SC. It had winds of 35 mph and was moving to the north at 14 mph. This is the turn and increase in speed that was expected to take the storm our way early in the work week. That is still the case. While historic rain is still  being totaled, the purpose of this post is the point out what we can expect in the Mid Atlantic on Monday and Tuesday.

Sunday Evening Satellite Loop 

Ending 8:17 PM


I want to calm the nerves about this storm. It will be nothing like what you saw on the news. This is NOT a surge issue on the bay. There will be rain showers and some may be heavy.  The chances of local flooding will be isolated and mainly because our soil is soggy and water levels are high. But it will be on an off showers for two days. NOT a full onslaught and not a full washout.

General we can expect 1 to 3 inches west of the big cities, with the highest amounts in the mountains of Virginia and West Virginia. Metro areas to southern Maryland and across the Bay to Delmarva can expect 0.5″ to 1 inch, depending on individual cells.


Radar Loop Sunday Evening (2 Hours)

Ending 8:20 PM

Radar Simulations

Monday —> slider

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High Temperatures


Tuesday —> slider

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Note: I will have a more complete forecast Monday morning 


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