Vote For Winter Election Day

November 3 2020

Today is Election Day in the USA. While many will stand on long lines to exercise their democratic right, many others have already voted.

I wanted to give you something else to vote for: Snow This Winter Ahead!


This is the best way I can put all my social media outlets in one place to see what everyone is thinking.  I have added some information below if you want to see what is ‘normal’ and some of the outlooks I’ve shared so far. I have a few more things to add before my formal forecast.

Poll is open until midnight tonight.




What kind of winter do you think we will have into 2021?

  • More Snow! #FITF (67%, 797 Votes)
  • Less Snow (19%, 223 Votes)
  • Normal Snow (14%, 164 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,184

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Additional Snow Info


‘Normal Snow’ In Maryland1_Maryland_Average_Snow

Snow The Last Decade


1_Snow 2010s

Snowfall Baltimore Decades



Winter Outlook Series

Winter Outlook Solar Minimum


Early Winter October


Winter Outlook Series Weather Folklore



Winter Outlook 2021 La Nina Advisory



Winter Outlooks Farmers Almanacs





  • Thanks to my wife Shannon who wanted to bring these hats to life.
  • A new Weather Wife Collection with even more items will debut soon.
  • The Maryland Hoodie is high quality and a new way to show off our love of Snow and State.

FITF Store


Please share your thoughts, best weather pics/video, or just keep in touch via social media



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14 Local Maryland Pages (and York PA)

We have made a page for Maryland Weather which gives you the current conditions for 14 present area locations.

Local Hourly Forecasts and Local Radar
Central Maryland
Southern Maryland



Maryland Weather Page

Maryland Weather 

I wanted to keep it simple. Just the basics for a quick view at any time.

Maryland Weather Just In Weather

Also See:


NWS Brings 2 Counties Under Local Office