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Timothy T. C. McGhee
As the lightning comes from the east and flashes to the west, so also will the coming of the Son of Man be (Matthew 24:27). spotter AX075.
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Timothy T. C. McGhee retweeted
Russ Adams 🎄🎅❄️🌨️ Dec 7
All models showing the storm well to the South of DC. Continue with your Christmas shopping this weekend. ;-)
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Nov 15
Replying to @patpend
I found this Tweet of yours most helpful with, “This storm could overproduce.”
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Jordan Tessler Nov 13
Rule number 1 of DC cold-season forecasting: if you're dealing with a cold wedge, your forecast will probably get screwed up Rule #2 is the cause of #1, and it's that the cold wedge hangs on longer than you want it to
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Timothy T. C. McGhee retweeted
NWS Eastern Region Oct 25
A nor'easter that includes the remnants of Willa tracking up the East Coast Friday & Saturday will bring heavy rain & strong gusty winds. Minor to moderate coastal flooding possible during high tides Fri (southeast) & Sat (northeast). Improving conditions are expected for Sunday
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Oct 22
Replying to @KK4NMS
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Oct 19
And thus begins the conclusion of frost and freeze warnings for 2018.
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NWS DC/Baltimore Oct 18
The 2018-19 is out. Check out the video below or visit for more information.
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WTOP Oct 9
After dealing with Florence, it’s back to the field for Maryland and Virginia urban search and rescue teams as looms for the Southeast U.S. See photos.
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Oct 9
What happens when a cold front and hurricane remnants collide? Sounds like we get to find out this week. • Rainy Thursday • Windy Friday
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Oct 2
Replying to @KK4NMS
It appears we're expected to remain Above Average for some time. You can already see that huge dark Below Average area in the distance.
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Oct 2
Any time we're excessively above average for a period of time, I expect it eventually to plunge in the other direction, well below average.
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Sep 21
Highs only in the 60s to start next week! Sunday: 68° Monday: 69°
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Sep 21
A low in the 50s Sunday night! 59°
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Timothy T. C. McGhee retweeted
Russ Adams 🎄🎅❄️🌨️ Sep 18
January & February sure look above average ❄️❄️❄️ for DC Metro. ⛷️🏂⛄. My snow model depends on October monthly PNA sign. If it's +, make sure you have a snow shovel. ;-)
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Timothy T. C. McGhee retweeted
U.S. Senate News Sep 13
NFL Security Chief Backs Bipartisan Drone Defense Bill (Roll Call)
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Timothy T. C. McGhee retweeted
FEMA Sep 14
Please share this safety info for : 🔹If trapped in a building, go to the highest floor. 🔹Do not climb into a closed attic; you may get trapped by rising floodwater. 🔹Get on the roof only if necessary. 🚨Call 9-1-1 for emergencies.🚨
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Sep 14
Marine Corps Marathon 2018 map released via
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Sep 14
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Jordan Tessler Sep 11
Replying to @TerpWeather
But why model chaos? In a drastically oversimplified version: Because once Florence loses its guiding or steering flow at or near the NC Coast, it's a total tossup as to what feature in the overall atmospheric layout guides it along.
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Timothy T. C. McGhee Sep 12
Replying to @KK4NMS
is turning left, more toward the south. North Carolina could get hit with a lot of the storm before it officially makes landfall in South Carolina.
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