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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Fall Update

I want to thank those of you who have inquired about my posts, and potential winter weather updates. As you may have noticed, I have not written much on this format in the past year as I moved my primary blogging to Unfortunately ABC2 was not happy with the competition. After months of debate, I was forced to stop in May after over 4 years of blogging online. Tony Pann has taken over the post on Examiner. Click this link for his page:

This location has been up in the air (sorry for the pun), so check in at ABC2 for more until further notice.

Thanks for your support, and I promise that at some point I will be back. Don't forget all of the good times we have had here ;-)

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Friday, May 22, 2009

New Examiner Posts from Tony Pann


Friday, May 8, 2009

Morning Stories

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Friday, May 1, 2009

My posts are back on

This week I made my return to writing on
Click below for the following links:

Examiner Home Page:
This will have the latest stories.

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Great Satellite Image and local pics after Snowstorm

I am sending this out to share some impressive images after this latest snowstorm.  NASA's Terra Satellite shows the snow from Georgia to Maine. The slide show has zoomed in larger views along with local photographer pics of Washington DC and cherry blossom report.

Justin Berk
Meteorologist AMS CBM
Posts on

Friday, February 27, 2009

Daily Posts On Examiner

I shifted my daily blogs over to back at the end of October. Please go there for my current reports.
I am holding this page for archiving purposes.

Friday, January 30, 2009

Could February Bring The Big Storm We Have Been Waiting For?

This is one of many computer models that came in overnight with a shift to a colder, coastal storm for Tuesday. This is only a 50 to 100 mile push east of the storm track, but could be enough to change the whole playing field.
Click here to see the break down of how some of the models looked yesterday. I will be posting my updates on It is important to know that models do often bounce a little on a storm track days before the event. What is more important is to see if this trend holds.

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Icy Morning

This winter storm has done it's thing. A little less snow, but it doesn't matter since the freezing rain would have compacted it down. Ice this morning was very bad. Rain continued to fall with temperatures in the 20s. For more cameras, my morning report and snow report for Maryland, click here for

Check out the interactive radar on

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Winter Storm Warnings and Wniter Weather Advisories

Does it matter which one at this point? I often wonder if the public cares. "Just tell me how much", is what I hear. This map was my original forecast.
Considering the morning band of snow that moved south, heavier snow may bust that forecast around the bay. Southern Maryland and Ocean City could pick up 1-2 inches this morning alone.
The main storm will build in this afternoon and tonight. It looks colder, and that will delay the change to sleet and rain....but it will happen. That change over will occur from south to north late night and Wednesday morning.
I will update all day on

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Freeze Warning in Florida

The arctic air has made it all the way down to Florida this week (late January). This morning (Thursday Jan 22) the coldest part of this air mass was passing through. I have a friend working for the Superbowl preparation in Tampa, and their whole crew is chilly! The morning temperatures down into the 30s will threaten the citrus crop all the way down to the southern part of the state.
Freeze Warnings in dark blue
Frost Advisories in light blue

I am posting here, since my latest story on has generated a lot of interest. If you want to read about NASA's report on Oceans Cooling, click here. The link to the original NASA story is in that post.

Monday, January 19, 2009

Inauguration Snow Possible

As I write this, snow showers have already dropped a coating on Kent Island, and the radar is covering central Maryland with snow. My morning post can be found on by clicking on here. I have been watching the models trending a little closer with Tuesday's coastal storm. I have little confidence in most models these days since there has been a strong bias all winter. The bias means that the trend has had these storms verify farther north and west than predicted. If that holds, then Tuesday may end up surprising a lot of people in Washington, DC.
For more on Inauguration Weather, check out my series by clicking below:
Part 1- What is Normal Weather for January Presidential Inaugurations

Part 2- Extreme Weather for Presidential Inaugurations

Thursday, January 8, 2009

State Trooper Flips Over on Icy Road

A quick snow shower that melted, and then refroze led to icy roads in Anne Arundel County this morning. Click here for my full story on
There will be snow showers today, but some accumulating snow on Saturday. I will post more on that this afternoon on

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Winter Weather Advisory Jan 6 and 7

I am still doing my main posting on click here for my latest post. However, while you are here there is a lot of weather information on my main web site. Click on the TV Graphics Tab or Radars Tab above. There are also County breakdowns with local weather stations and cams.