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The animated graphic above shows a 72 hour forecast loop from the ECMWF global model through daybreak on Sunday. The ECMWF model still projects significant snowfall accumulations in the Lower Eastern Shore area totaling from 6 to 12 inches, depending upon the particular location. The National Weather Service has just issued a Winter Storm Warning […]

Snow Model Talk

The two global weather models that are most trusted in piecing together a weather forecast are the ECMWF, known as the Euro, and the GFS, often referred to as the American model. Many are not aware that these are global models, which means that they are tasked with modeling weather conditions all over the world…not […]

Rather nice Tuesday, and then…

Today may well turn out to be the mildest day that we have witnessed in some time as temperatures are expected to rise into the upper 40’s under partly cloudy skies. Cold air returns on Wednesday and Thursday with highs tomorrow in the low 30’s. Mid to upper 30’s temps are expected on Thursday. Both […]

Monday will be mostly sunny and cool

Fair skies with a good amount of sunshine will greet Delmarvans as they head out to begin another work week. High temperatures will reach around 40 degrees. Conditions will moderate on Tuesday, under mixed clouds and sun, with highs reaching the upper 40’s. Another blast of cold air is expected for Wednesday with temps again […]

Mixed clouds and sun for a few days

There is little to get excited about in terms of the weather over the next few days as Delmarva seems to be settling into a trend of partly cloudy skies with temperatures reaching the low 40’s today and tomorrow. Tuesday’s temps are expected to reach the mid 40’s under partly cloudy skies as well. No […]

I’m not the only one

Virtually every weather forecaster, including all of the professionals and this amateur weather blogger, were schooled by Mother Nature this week. She made it nearly impossible, with her bobs and weaves, to keep up with her ultimate storm track. The graphic above, from two days ago, is an example showing how the DC area fared. […]


A nasty weather day on Thursday has now become a cold Friday with high temps not getting out of the 20’s. There still exists a chance of light snow tonight, but it will pale in comparison to what we thought we’d be getting a few days ago. The heart of this storm's snow will focus […]