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!
The image below shows radar estimates of the amount of rain that has fallen across the Washington Region during the past seven days. An area of low pressure will approach … Continue reading Severe Thunderstorms Possible Thursday, Torrential Rain & Flooding Possible Friday
Saturday is shaping up to be an interesting day across the Washington Region with temperatures soaring into the upper 90s, dew points just shy of 80 degrees, an upper level … Continue reading Severe Thunderstorms Possible Saturday
A cold front will cross the Washington Region on Friday afternoon touching off widespread showers and thunderstorms. While not everyone is guaranteed to get hit with damaging winds and hail, … Continue reading Severe Thunderstorms Likely Friday Afternoon