7:30pm Update: Tropical Low Small but Disorganized

7:30 pm Update July 25, 2018 The low center is of up Ocean City, MD as the time and appears to be mainly a mid-level center. The low will track north toward Long Island, coming through after Midnight. Time is running out for development so winds may stay under 40 mph in gust. Heavy rain […]

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Severe Storms Prowl the I-95 Corridor

A cold front will move through the Northeast Friday. That front will produce a broken band of severe thunderstorms that will move through the I-95 corridor cities late in the day. While this is not a big event for severe weather, the storms will only aggravate the soggy conditions but will also produce local wind […]

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Improvement Coming, but Worse Rains Yet to Come

The rains continue to hit  areas from North Carolina to New York with areas of Virginia and Pennsylvania taking the brunt of the rains and flooding. Things are only going to get worse before getting better as the storm over Georgia has to move through the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. As you can see on the […]

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Tropics to Drench East with Tropical Downpours Next Two Weeks

While the tropics will not be active with any storms, the tropics will have a major impact on the eastern part of the country over the next two weeks. A direct flow of tropical moisture will stream into the East this week, take a break next weekend then start all over again next week. The […]

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7:00 pm Special Update: Storm Continues to Deepen as Heavy Rain Hits D.C. into PA.

7:00 pm Edt July 21, 2018 Update No major changes to the forecast. The storm is now located south of Chincoteague, MD. Heavy rain bands are wrapping around the system into D.C. and eastern Maryland, extending up into south-central Pennsylvania. Rainfall of over 3 inches will occur and will cause flash flooding over the next […]

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