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NWS DC/Baltimore 49m
A few showers and even an isolated thunderstorm this morning
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NWS DC/Baltimore 5h
Morning clouds will break, allowing temperatures to rise well into the 70s and lower 80s this afternoon.
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NWS DC/Baltimore 13h
Clouds will build overnight with mild temperatures in the upper 40s to low 50s.
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NWS DC/Baltimore 21h
Did you see the meteor last night?
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NWS DC/Baltimore Apr 17
A backdoor cold front will slide southwestward today, leading to a wide range of high temperatures. Conditions will remain dry under mostly cloudy skies.
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NWS DC/Baltimore Apr 16
Clouds will build into the region from the north overnight with mild temperatures in the mid 40s to low 50s.
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NWS DC/Baltimore Apr 16
Replying to @NimbusStorms
Hi Joey, from the reports we have obtained, there is no plan to conduct a storm survey in that area at this time. Have you seen or heard of any reports of damage?
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NWS DC/Baltimore Apr 16
There are only two more SKYWARN flood classes left this season -- in Madison, VA and La Plata, MD. Classes are free, but registration is required. See the graphic for more information, and visit for the links to register.
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NWS DC/Baltimore Apr 16
Mountain wave cirrus clouds have kept portions of the area partly to mostly cloudy this morning. These clouds will continue to erode this afternoon, allowing temperatures to rise into the 60s. Latest:
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NWS DC/Baltimore Apr 16
Dry conditions today, with a mix of sun and clouds.
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NWS DC/Baltimore Apr 15
No, we have not received any reports that were indicative of a tornado. Wind gusts in excess of 60 mph likely affected part of the area (a 63 mph gust was recorded in nearby Fredericksburg).
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NWS DC/Baltimore Apr 15
With temperatures dropping, the has been expanded to include more of the Central Shenandoah Valley as well as the Central Foothills of Virginia.
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NWS DC/Baltimore Apr 15
Here is a preliminary summary of high wind, damage and snowfall reports from the last 24 hours:
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NWS DC/Baltimore Apr 15
As far as we can tell based on radar data and the reports we received, yesterday's damage was a result of very strong straight line winds. If you have any pics to share, feel free to pass them along!
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NWS DC/Baltimore Apr 15
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NWS DC/Baltimore Apr 15
Frost Advisory issued for the southern Shenandoah Valley tonight. Light winds & clear skies will let temps drop to near freezing, allowing frost to occur. Temps further east and south should stay slightly warmer, while the growing season has not yet started further north and west
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NWS DC/Baltimore Apr 15
Gusty winds continue across the region, and a wind advisory remains in effect for much of the region through this afternoon. Here are the latest wind gust reports:
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NWS DC/Baltimore Apr 15
A Wind Advisory has been issued for portions of the region today. Maximum wind gusts up to 50 mph are expected in those areas, with 30 to 40 mph elsewhere.
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NWS DC/Baltimore Apr 14
Severe Thunderstorm Warning including Edgewood MD, Aberdeen MD, Havre de Grace MD until 3:30 AM EDT
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NWS DC/Baltimore Apr 14
Tornado Warning including Scotland MD until 3:15 AM EDT
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