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Watch Issued For Possibly Severe Storms That Could Bring 70MPH Wind Gusts, Hail To DMV Region Watch Issued For Possibly Severe Storms That Could Bring 70MPH Wind Gusts, Hail To DMV Region
Watch Issued For Possibly Severe Storms That Could Bring 70MPH Wind Gusts, Hail To DMV Region Some severe storms could be heading toward the DMV region overnight, as the National Weather service issuing alerts or the area. Forecasters are cautioning that there "is a risk for strong to severe thunderstorms," that might bring large hail, and damaging winds with gusts approaching 70mph, officials say. ⚠️A slow moving cold front will drift southward through the area today. There is a risk for strong to severe thunderstorms, especially from I-66/U.S. 50 and points southward⛈️Large hail & damaging winds are possible in such storms. Today's highs will be in the upper 70s/low 80s. pi…
Tornado Risk Eyed In Parts Of Virginia, Maryland Ahead Of Torrential Downpours Tornado Risk Eyed In Parts Of Virginia, Maryland Ahead Of Torrential Downpours
Tornado Risk Eyed In Parts Of Virginia, Maryland Ahead Of Torrential Downpours The idyllic spring weather is behind us, for now. Torrential downpours and gusty winds are anticipated in the DMV on Thursday, April 11, according to AccuWeather and the National Weather Service. Showers and a few thunderstorms are possible today with high temperatures in the 70s to low 80s for most. Higher elevations will stay in the 60s. Visit weather.gov/lwx for your local forecast. Posted by US National Weather Service Baltimore/Washington on Wednesday, April 10, 2024 The weather map above from AccuWeather shows Virginia, Maryland, and the southern states along the East Coast a…
2.1 Magnitude Earthquake Rattles Virginia 2.1 Magnitude Earthquake Rattles Virginia
2.1 Magnitude Earthquake Rattles Virginia Did you feel it? A small earthquake was reported near Richmond, VA around 10:45 p.m. Monday, April 8, the USGS said. The 2.1 magnitude quake happened 5 km north of Glen Allen, and was felt by a handful of residents in Glen Allen, Midlothian, Beaverdam and Ashland. Last week, a 4.8 magnitude earthquake in New Jersey was felt all over the Northeast.
Solar Eclipse Forecast: Will Clouds Obstruct Viewing Monday? Solar Eclipse Forecast: Will Clouds Obstruct Viewing Monday?
Solar Eclipse Forecast: Will Clouds Obstruct Viewing Monday? We're days away from the total solar eclipse, and the path of totality is looking clear. As long as the clouds don't get in the way. The total solar eclipse is when the moon will block the face of the sun, casting a shadow over North America. Millions of people will have the opportunity to watch on Monday afternoon, April 8 just after 2 p.m. According to AccuWeather lead long-range forecaster Paul Pastelok, there is some concern clouds could move through Pennsylvania and New York around the time of the eclipse. "There is even a possibility of a passing shower," Pastelok said. "This c…
Severe Thunderstorms, Isolated Flooding Possible In Parts Of DMV Region, Forecasters Warn Severe Thunderstorms, Isolated Flooding Possible In Parts Of DMV Region, Forecasters Warn
Severe Thunderstorms, Isolated Flooding Possible In Parts Of DMV Region, Forecasters Warn If April showers really do bring May flowers, next month is going to be bountiful in the DMV region. The calendar flipped from March to April on Monday, bringing storms and whipping winds that are expected to last through the beginning of the week. A little sliver of sunshine on the horizon as we round out the weekend on a quiet note. The new workweek looks active with rain chances returning tonight into Monday and the risk for severe weather midweek. More at https://t.co/5RyZgpfrqr. #MDwx #VAwx #WVwx #DCwx pic.twitter.com/wrz04xgr3P — NWS Baltimore-Washington (@NWS_BaltWash) April 1, 20…
Split Storms Combine: Inch Per Hour Of Rain Could Fall In Nasty Weekend Storm, Forecasters Say Split Storms Combine: Inch Per Hour Of Rain Could Fall In Nasty Weekend Storm, Forecasters Say
Split Storms Combine: Inch Per Hour Of Rain Could Fall In Nasty Weekend Storm, Forecasters Say Much of the region is under a flood watch ahead of a heavy rain storm expected to arrive Friday night, March 22 and last through Saturday, March 23, the National Weather Service says. A flood watch east of the Blue Ridge is in effect from 2 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, March 23, where up to an inch of rain per hour could fall, enhancing the threat of flooding, according to the NWS. The Flood Watch has been expanded to cover most locations east of the Blue Ridge. This is in effect on Sat 2 AM-2 PM... Posted by US National Weather Service Baltimore/Washington on Friday, March 22, 2024 "A…
'Split Storms': 2 Merging Systems Could Make One Even Bigger Storm Across Northeast 'Split Storms': 2 Merging Systems Could Make One Even Bigger Storm Across Northeast
'Split Storms': 2 Merging Systems Could Make One Even Bigger Storm Across Northeast The first weekend of spring is looking like a rainy one, forecasters say. Two separate storms are expected to converge this weekend in the Northeast, bringing gusty winds and heavy rain to the area, according to AccuWeather. The storms forming along the Canadian border and the Gulf of Mexico could join together in the middle of the week and push toward the East Coast at the end of the week, AccuWeather says. "How nasty the weather becomes along the Eastern Seaboard this weekend will depend on whether or not the two storms phase [merge together]," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Dave Dombe…
Snow Possible In Parts Of Maryland, Virginia, Forecasters Say Snow Possible In Parts Of Maryland, Virginia, Forecasters Say
Snow Possible In Parts Of Maryland, Virginia, Forecasters Say Say it ain't snow. Some parts of the DMV region may see another round of winter weather, as a fresh storm is set to head toward the area, according to forecasters. 5 PM Radar Update: Some quick moving cells are producing heavy rain, pea-sized hail, and frequent lightning. In particular, the areas within the orange polygons are most likely to see such storms. These are generally moving toward the NE at 60-65 mph. #MDwx #VAwx #DCwx #WVwx pic.twitter.com/Ozhu7VOBct — NWS Baltimore-Washington (@NWS_BaltWash) March 9, 2024 The National Weather Service issued an alert on Saturday, March 9, a…
Drenching Rain, 45 MPH Winds: New Storm Moving Toward Northeast Drenching Rain, 45 MPH Winds: New Storm Moving Toward Northeast
Drenching Rain, 45 MPH Winds: New Storm Moving Toward Northeast Forecasters are warning of a weekend storm bringing widespread rain and gusty winds to the Northeast, creating yet another flood risk. Thursday, March 7 will be be mild with scattered showers while Friday, March 8 will be mostly sunny with temps in the mid-50s, forecasters say. Saturday, March 9 is when the new storm will begin moving into the region with rain beginning in the afternoon and lasting overnight, according to the National Weather Service. About an inch of rain is expected to fall, which the National Weather Service says isn't much, but given an already-wet ground "there is pot…
When Will Sun Come Out? Northeast Facing Three Rounds Of 'Soaking Rain' When Will Sun Come Out? Northeast Facing Three Rounds Of 'Soaking Rain'
When Will Sun Come Out? Northeast Facing Three Rounds Of 'Soaking Rain' Sunday's spring-like weather was a lovely taste of what could be, but isn't — at least not yet. The Northeast is facing several days of rain before sunny skies return, forecasters say. Good Tuesday Morning Everyone! There will be three separate rounds of widespread rain this week. The first round is... Posted by US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly on Tuesday, March 5, 2024 "Three storms will swing through the eastern United States into this weekend, delivering soaking rain that may lead to disruptions in outdoor activities despite the mild weather pattern," AccuWea…
Lightning Strikes Possible As Storms Roll Through DMV Region: Forecasters Lightning Strikes Possible As Storms Roll Through DMV Region: Forecasters
Lightning Strikes Possible As Storms Roll Through DMV Region: Forecasters Whipping winds are likely, and there is a remote possibility of severe weather in parts of the DMV region on Wednesday heading into Thursday, forecasters are cautioning. Some rain and gusty wind were expected on Feb. 28, as officials say a cold front is coming to the area with winds sitting at around 25 mph and gusts expected later on Wednesday reaching upwards of 55 mph before settling down on Thursday night. According to the National Weather Service, "the latest outlook has the entire area in a 'Marginal Risk' for severe weather. "While breezy winds are expected today, a line of showers …
Thunderstorms With Hail, 65 MPH Winds Threaten Northeast As Temps Soar Mid-Week: Forecasters Thunderstorms With Hail, 65 MPH Winds Threaten Northeast As Temps Soar Mid-Week: Forecasters
Thunderstorms With Hail, 65 MPH Winds Threaten Northeast As Temps Soar Mid-Week: Forecasters Following a stretch of seasonably chilly weather, temps will trend upward unleashing a surge of powerful storms along the East Coast, forecasters say. Sunday, Feb. 25 could be the last day of winter chill for several days with temps in the low 40s and sunny skies, the National Weather Service says. Monday will be warm and sunny as temperatures rise to the mid-50s. Tuesday will reach near 60 degrees and will be partly sunny with a chance of rain in the afternoon and evening. Wednesday is when things could get dangerous, as the threat of severe thunderstorms loom.  The AccuWeather map …
Change In Weather Pattern Bringing Rain, Warmer Temps To Region: Forecasters Change In Weather Pattern Bringing Rain, Warmer Temps To Region: Forecasters
Change In Weather Pattern Bringing Rain, Warmer Temps To Region: Forecasters A change in the weather is bringing warmer weather and rain to the mid-Atlantic and Northeast, closing out a dry week with mild temps, forecasters are saying. Wednesday, Feb. 21 will be mostly sunny with a high near 45, melting snow that fell last week, the National Weather Service says.  The snow could re-freeze as temps dip just under 30 at night, but a warm-up Thursday means the precipitation eyeing the region likely won't be more snow. Good morning! Expect a slightly warmer day today compared to yesterday with mostly sunny skies. The forecast hasn't... Posted by US National We…
Snow Likely In Most Of Maryland, Virginia Heading Into Holiday Weekend: Forecasters Snow Likely In Most Of Maryland, Virginia Heading Into Holiday Weekend: Forecasters
Snow Likely In Most Of Maryland, Virginia Heading Into Holiday Weekend: Forecasters A new round of snow could be coming to parts of the DMV region as soon as Friday night or Saturday morning, according to forecasters. A new fast-moving storm could bring upwards of three inches of snow to some areas, AccuWeather officials said, with a wintry mix possible as far south as Richmond, though it is expected to pass quickly. Mild temperatures are expected today with increasing clouds ahead of a weather system to our north. Some rain showers will reach the Allegheny Mountains later this afternoon. pic.twitter.com/97ro1l3Y3w — NWS Baltimore-Washington (@NWS_BaltWash) February 15,…
Rain May Turn To Snow In Parts Of DMV Region During Shifty Incoming Storm: Forecasters Rain May Turn To Snow In Parts Of DMV Region During Shifty Incoming Storm: Forecasters
Rain May Turn To Snow In Parts Of DMV Region During Shifty Incoming Storm: Forecasters Some parts of the DMV region could be hit with snow as another round of storms is expected to roll through the area.  Forecasters are advising that some parts of the area could see winter weather, specifically in the mountains, though many other neighborhoods will only see rain falling beginning late on Monday and into Tuesday morning. We have some winter weather on the way for Maryland including potential snow fall tonight into tomorrow. Keep an eye on @NWS_BaltWash, your local forecasts, and here for continued updates. #MdWx https://t.co/3jWmTmz5Uo — Maryland Department of Emergen…
Snow Chance Lingers Into March Before May Tornado Risk, AccuWeather Spring Forecast Says Snow Chance Lingers Into March Before May Tornado Risk, AccuWeather Spring Forecast Says
Snow Chance Lingers Into March Before May Tornado Risk, AccuWeather Spring Forecast Says Punxsutawney Phil predicted an early spring this year, but some meteorologists are saying otherwise. AccuWeather has released its Spring 2024 weather outlook, which calls for a "window of opportunity for snowstorms" along the East Coast through the first half of March. AccuWeather That includes plowable snow, so if you didn't get your fill this winter, there's still time, AccuWeather Veteran Meteorologist and Long-Range Forecaster Paul Pastelok says. "We may actually see a warmup in the second half of March across the eastern U.S.," Pastelok said, noting additional chances for snow acros…
Purple Rain: Storm To Soak Ravens Flock At Baltimore AFC Game Purple Rain: Storm To Soak Ravens Flock At Baltimore AFC Game
Purple Rain: Storm To Soak Ravens Flock At Baltimore AFC Game Maryland was in a fog on Thursday, but it could be all Purple Rain on Sunday when the Baltimore Ravens look to make their way back to the Super Bowl. Unseasonably warm temps with a chance of rain are expected through the end of the week, according to the National Weather Service. Come Sunday, Jan. 28, when the visiting Kansas City Chiefs arrive for the AFCs Championship, temps will have dropped to below 50, with a "chilly rain" expected in the Washington DC-Baltimore area, AccuWeather says. Monday will be mostly cloudy with a high near 45, the National Weather Service shows. …
Weather Whiplash: Spring-Like Temps To Close Out Warm, Wet Week, Forecasters Say Weather Whiplash: Spring-Like Temps To Close Out Warm, Wet Week, Forecasters Say
Weather Whiplash: Spring-Like Temps To Close Out Warm, Wet Week, Forecasters Say After a bout with wintry weather, the mid-Atlantic is in for a warmer, wetter week. According to the National Weather Service, Monday night, Jan. 22 is expected to be cold with temps in the mid-20s. Tuesday will be much milder with a high just above 40, and mostly cloudy. Three-day outlook. NWS Baltimore/Washington Wednesday comes with a 50 percent chance of rain and temperatures just below 50, while Thursday temperatures will surge to a high of 66, and an 80 percent chance of rain. AccuWeather is predicting fog due to air temperature rising quickly as the ground is wet. Come Friday, …
Incoming Storm To Bring Several Inches Of Snow To Parts Of DMV Region: Forecasters Incoming Storm To Bring Several Inches Of Snow To Parts Of DMV Region: Forecasters
Incoming Storm To Bring Several Inches Of Snow To Parts Of DMV Region: Forecasters The DMV region is bracing for another round of wintry weather that could blanket the area with snow as storms roll in.  Winter weather advisories have been issued throughout the area, beginning at around 4 a.m. through 7 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 19, as several inches of snow are expected to accumulate in some areas, with upwards of four inches in some DC suburbs. Winter Weather Advisories have been expanded across southern MD & central VA. Snow amounts range from a 0.5-2" in these locations with 2-5" along & north of I-66/US-50. Snow moves in from the west between 1-5am & wr…
New Forecast: Increased Snowfall Totals Expected, Arctic Temps To Follow Northeast Storm New Forecast: Increased Snowfall Totals Expected, Arctic Temps To Follow Northeast Storm
New Forecast: Increased Snowfall Totals Expected, Arctic Temps To Follow Northeast Storm Newly-released forecast maps show parts of the region could see up to six inches of snow in the end-of-week storm. Intermittent snow is expected to begin between 4 and 7 a.m. Friday, Jan. 19, with the heaviest amounts falling in the afternoon, the National Weather Service said. Snow will fall at about 0.5 inches per hour and will taper by the evening, with temps in the upper 20s and low 30s, the NWS said. SNOWFALL PREDICTIONS The areas expected to get 4 to 6 inches are Trenton, Long Branch, Allentown, and Philadelphia. Reading, Vineland, Parsippany and Toms River are expected to get 3 to …
More Snow: New Projections Released For Storm Headed To MD, VA More Snow: New Projections Released For Storm Headed To MD, VA
More Snow: New Projections Released For Storm Headed To MD, VA The National Weather Service has released a brand-new map showing projected snow totals coming to the mid-Atlantic later this week. Wednesday, Jan. 17 is expected to be "very cold" with temps struggling to reach the freezing mark southeast of Washington DC in the afternoon, the NWS said.  Sunny skies are expected today, but it will remain very cold. Posted by US National Weather Service Baltimore/Washington on Wednesday, January 17, 2024 Thursday, Jan. 18 will be another dry day but with increasing clouds, and not quite as cold. A cold front will come in on Thursday night into…
New Forecast Map: Up To 5 Inches Of Snow Expected Across Maryland, Virginia New Forecast Map: Up To 5 Inches Of Snow Expected Across Maryland, Virginia
New Forecast Map: Up To 5 Inches Of Snow Expected Across Maryland, Virginia A forecast map released early Monday, Jan. 15 by the National Weather Service shows between 3 and 5 inches of snow is expected across the DMV. Winter Weather Advisories went into effect across Maryland and Virginia where light snow was expected through the morning hours and could ease up in mid-morning.  Steadier snow was expected to come in the mid-afternoon through the evening, dropping 2 to 3 inches over Virginia and DC, and up to five inches in northwest Maryland. Between 3 and 4 inches is expected in the Bel Air and Hagerstown areas. Monday will reach a high of 31 and drop to a …
Sunday Snow Squalls Possible In Parts Of DMV Region, Forecasters Caution Sunday Snow Squalls Possible In Parts Of DMV Region, Forecasters Caution
Sunday Snow Squalls Possible In Parts Of DMV Region, Forecasters Caution Another storm may bring upwards of an inch of snow to parts of Maryland, Virginia, and DC on Sunday, according to forecasters. While the DMV region won't face the same perils that forced the NFL to postpone the Buffalo Bills playoff game in upstate New York, some parts of the area may see a wintry mix on Jan. 14 as they celebrate the holiday weekend. Temperatures began cooling down on Saturday, with a cold front heading in that could bring whipping winds, some snow showers, and other inclement weather, officials say. Behind a cold front, temperatures will cool off through the day. This …
Possibility Of Snow, Ice Storm For Northeast Next Week Hinges On One Factor: AccuWeather Possibility Of Snow, Ice Storm For Northeast Next Week Hinges On One Factor: AccuWeather
Possibility Of Snow, Ice Storm For Northeast Next Week Hinges On One Factor: AccuWeather A winter storm could hit the Northeast next week, but it depends on one factor, forecasters say. A dip in the jet stream. “Should a large dip develop in the jet stream, then a major winter storm will climb the Atlantic coast from Monday night to Tuesday night,” AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Bob Smerbeck explained. “However, should only a shallow dip in the jet stream develop, the storm would be more likely to escape out to sea, off the southern Atlantic coast by midweek.” Weather maps show a dusting of between one and three inches, should the snow make its way up to New Jersey, eastern…
'Arctic Blast:' Snow, Ice To Threaten Northeast After Windy, Rainy Start To Weekend 'Arctic Blast:' Snow, Ice To Threaten Northeast After Windy, Rainy Start To Weekend
'Arctic Blast:' Snow, Ice To Threaten Northeast After Windy, Rainy Start To Weekend Forecasters are tracking two more storms in the coming days: One bringing heavy rain and wind, the other snow and ice to the Northeast. Thursday, Jan. 11 will be partly sunny with a high near 45 while Friday, Jan. 12 will be the same, before rain begins in the evening, the National Weather Service says.  The heaviest rain will fall at night and could result in major flooding adding to the damage for the mid-week storm. Quieter conditions are expected today before the next system arrives Friday afternoon into the weekend. Expect another... Posted by US National Weather Service Bal…
Tracking Impactful Storm Blasting Region With Rain, Heavy Winds: Weather Service Tracking Impactful Storm Blasting Region With Rain, Heavy Winds: Weather Service
Tracking Impactful Storm Blasting Region With Rain, Heavy Winds: Weather Service Forecasters are tracking a mid-week storm set to blast the mid-Atlantic with heavy rain, wind, and in some parts, sleet. Monday, Jan. 8 will be mostly sunny with a high near 45 while Tuesday, Jan. 9 will be cloudy with a high closer to 60, according to the National Weather Service. Northern Maryland could see rain mixed with snow after 10 a.m. Tuesday. The rest of the state and the Washington DC and northern Virginia areas will see mostly rain, but there could be lots of it, the NWS said. A map released by the NWS calls for between 2.1 and 2.8 inches of rain across the DMV. A flood watch …
New Snowfall Predictions Released For Northern VA, Worst Of Storm Yet To Come: Weather Service New Snowfall Predictions Released For Northern VA, Worst Of Storm Yet To Come: Weather Service
New Snowfall Predictions Released For Northern VA, Worst Of Storm Yet To Come: Weather Service The highly-anticipated weekend storm is under way in the mid-Atlantic. But according to the National Weather Service, the worst is yet to come. A winter storm warning remains in effect until 7 p.m. from the Baltimore/Washington DC National Weather Service, who warned of slippery and dangerous road conditions through the evening. Sleet and freezing rain were arrived in northern Virginia and Maryland Saturday morning, Jan. 6, and was expected to remain light until the afternoon and evening, the NWS said. In northern Maryland, between 2 and 4 inches of snow accumulation was expected by the e…
Winter Storm Warnings, Watches Issued In Parts Of DMV Region Winter Storm Warnings, Watches Issued In Parts Of DMV Region
Winter Storm Warnings, Watches Issued In Parts Of DMV Region The first big snow and ice threat of the season is heading toward the DMV, forecasters are cautioning. A wintry mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain are expected to come from the south beginning on Saturday morning throughout the region, with some areas along the I-95 corridor expected to see several inches accumulating. Freezing rain is also expected with this system. https://t.co/jPdkwY9voh pic.twitter.com/MPSxeYddDt — NWS Baltimore-Washington (@NWS_BaltWash) January 4, 2024 The storm is expected to peak late on Saturday afternoon before trailing off at som point on Sunday, Jan. 7.&…
Wintry Mix Of Rain, Possible Snow Expected In DMV Region Over Weekend Wintry Mix Of Rain, Possible Snow Expected In DMV Region Over Weekend
Wintry Mix Of Rain, Possible Snow Expected In DMV Region Over Weekend Forecasters are expecting a wet, wintry weekend throughout the region as storms make their way toward the DMV region. During the first weekend of 2024, there will be "an enhanced winter storm threat" for portions of region beginning on Saturday and extending through the evening, according to the National Weather Service There is an enhanced winter storm threat for portions of our region Saturday into Saturday night. The highest confidence for impacts of snow & ice appear to be along & west of the Blue Ridge. This forecast will continue to change. Latest at : https://t.co/ZOlvEShg…
Another Impactful Storm To Follow Snowy Weekend In Northeast: Forecasters Another Impactful Storm To Follow Snowy Weekend In Northeast: Forecasters
Another Impactful Storm To Follow Snowy Weekend In Northeast: Forecasters Forecasters are touting a massive storm expected to drop several inches of snow on the East Coast this weekend. But some weather maps show parts of the Northeast will get only rain, and no snow at all, noting a another impactful storm could be coming mid-week next week, AccuWeather reports. The storm coming Saturday, Jan. 6 will move northeast from the Gulf Coast toward the mid-Atlantic between 12 and 1 p.m., according to AccuWeather and the National Weather Service.  Our first chance for some accumulating and potentially impactful snowfall this season will occur for some this wee…
First Projected Snowfall Totals Released For Major Storm Headed To Northeast First Projected Snowfall Totals Released For Major Storm Headed To Northeast
First Projected Snowfall Totals Released For Major Storm Headed To Northeast The first projected snowfall totals have been released for a potent coast-to-coast winter storm expected to hit the Northeast midway through the weekend. Click here for a new, updated story - Projected Snowfall Totals Increase As Nor'easter Nears: These Spots Could See 18 Inches Snowfall is expected to begin overnight Saturday, Jan. 6 into Sunday, Jan. 7, according to the National Weather Service. Areas in the darker shade in the image above from AccuWeather.com are expected to see between 6 and 12 inches of snowfall, including parts of upstate New York, northern Connecticut and areas…