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Thursday, January 17, 2008

First Flakes- 10:30am- 1:30pm Sloppy roads!!!

Right on schedule. I am sure the collective rush to the windows may have been recorded as a blip on the Richter Scale..
At 1:30pm- I am just baffled. We have a steady south east wind, yet temps are holding. I see impressive returns on the radar (See TV Graphics , etc page) near DC. That may be the sleet and the change over. Until then- looks like amounts may have to be updated- and the beard is likely coming off. I am staying at the station to double team this evening. If you have snow amounts- e mail them to me there - with your town:
Below in this morning's post you can see the snow maps. Here are some update camera images from:
Glenelg is west in Howard County(here).

Inner Harbor Baltimore from MD Science Center and Annapolis is south in Anne Arundel County (below). You can find more in the County Spotlight pages


Anonymous said...

just measured snow out back and there is 2" here in Hanover, MD near 295 & 175 . Think we are going to get more will send pics later

Jeff in New Freedom, PA said...

Hey Justin, are you going to add Southern PA (York, Adams, Lancaster) to your County Spotlights? These areas really are still in the Baltimore market as most people are from Maryland, work in Maryland & still watch Baltimore TV. Just a thought, you have the other areas around the metro area represented (except Harford? Why no Harford) Hope you get to shave today!!

Justin said...

I may have lost a 3rd comment about Saturday's storm.. sorry. Thanks for the good words, and yes it looks like that coast I mentioned last weekend might be back. I want to wait until tonight's run shows it or not.
As for Harford County- we do not have a weather cam there.... working on it.
I will look into southern PA for that as well.

Gordon from Severna Park said...

I am hoping saturday's storm comes true. Winter is back!!!

SnowGoose said...

Saturday Storm a big one !?