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Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Back To Normal...

You know that feeling- after the holidays? The foods been eaten, the family is gone, oh and the presents have been opened... and then there is the lull back of normal. It's like that box was not a Wii, but a dozen pairs of socks. So, there is no snow on the ground to look at, and the results of my latest poll show the disappointment, but expected average of a low B with my last forecast. OK, so it's back to work! Our weather has undergone some drama with the chill and especially the wind. I was just going through some of the reports from the weekend and saw the peak wind at Anne Arundel Community College in Glen Burnie hit 63mph on Sunday. Now with calm winds, and a chilly morning, it's just waiting for the temps to rebound. Last year we set our record high on this date with 72F. This afternoon we will just barely get back into the 40s. You can see the Almanac on the TV Weather Graphics page.
If you click over the Radars and Stuff page, you'll see general pattern is passing to our north. This may provide some clouds tomorrow. The following system might just miss us to south. The models have been in and out on this. Here is the Canadian (my personal favorite), showing the southern branch storm. This is not what you might think. No chance of this turning up the coast- just shooting out to sea. However, the chance of us getting clipped on the northern fringe with flurries or light snow. I should note that this is one of the more aggressive models, while most are keeping us dry. I just want to keep the hope alive for many of you who are searching for something. It also gives me something to talk about. beyond this, the weekend storm looks like another Great Lakes Track. that would be a rainmaker for us, but still 6 days out.
TOMORROW: Current La Nina Animations

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