Image below courtesy TropicalTidbits shows the latest potential track of Hurricane Irma straight up the Florida Peninsula. The next images will show current forecast potential peak wind gusts and rainfall … Continue reading Friday Update on Hurricane Irma
The last few runs of the high-resolution North American Model (NAM) continue to outline thunderstorms capable of dropping copious amounts of rain in a short period of time on Monday. … Continue reading Flash Flooding & Severe Thunderstorms Possible Across Parts of the Mid-Atlantic on Monday
As we close out July 2017, some locations in the Washington Metropolitan Area have picked up between 10 and 15″ of rain! My hope is that the rain will increase … Continue reading Impressive 30 Day Rainfall Totals with Over a Foot in Some Locations
Flash Flood Watch in effect through Sunday for good reason as PWATS increase above 2.5″ this afternoon into this evening. Strong frontogenetic forcing (strong upward lift at the surface), along … Continue reading Historic Flooding Likely Across Portions of the DC Region: Turn Around Don’t Drown!