Wednesday, December 7, 2011
Rain could turn to snow overnight, with up to two inches of accumulation in Pikesville.
The rain we've been seeing Wednesday in Pikesville could turn to heavy, wet snow at night and accumulate to up to two inches, according to the National Weather Service. On Wednesday evening, expect rain mixed with snow along with blustery conditions, the Pikesville forecast states. Wind gusts could be up to 37 miles per hour. By midnight Thursday, Pikesville should be experiencing the heaviest snowfall, it states. The high Wednesday is expected to be 58 degrees, and the low 31 degrees. Watch out Also Wednesday, the following are in effect: Winter Weather Advisory—From 7 p.m., Wednesday to 3 a.m., Thursday. Flood Watch—1 p.m. Wednesday through late Wednesday night for Pikesville. Rainfall could total 1-2 inches. The I-95 corridor is under …
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
A hazardous weather outlook, which could include "isolated tornadoes," is in effect for Baltimore County and surrounding areas, according to the Pikesville forecast.
Because rain and possible thunderstorms are expected throughout the day, the National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook for Pikesville. Up to a half inch of rain is expected to fall Wednesday, with an additional half-inch at night, according to the NWS. Thunderstorms before 2 p.m. Wednesday and after 2 a.m. Thursday could bring additional rain, the forecast states. Gusts and tornadoes are also possible Wednesday, according to the hazardous weather outlook. The outlook covers the Maryland counties of Baltimore, Harford, Prince Georges and Anne Arundel, as well as Washington, D.C. and parts of northern Virginia. On Thursday no rain is expected, but wind gusts could reach 30 mph. It will be sunny during the day, with a …
Monday, October 3, 2011
It will be chilly Monday with rain possible. By Tuesday the winds are expected to pick up, with gusts as high as 23 mph. Sun and warm temperatures are expected back by Wednesday.
If you can hang in with the chilly temperatures and overcast skies today and the high winds tomorrow, sunny, warm weather is expected later this week, according to the National Weather Service. Monday—Showers likely after noon. High temperature near 52 degrees, low near 44 degrees. Tuesday—Cloudy and windy—gusts could be as high as 23 mph—and there could be some showers. High near 64 degrees, low near 48 degrees. Wednesday—Sunny and windy with a high near 71 degrees. Gusts could be as high as 21 mph. Low near 46 degrees. Thursday—Sunny, high near 66 degrees. Low near 45 degrees. Friday—Sunny, high near 69 degrees. Low near 49 degrees. Saturday—Sunny, high near 71 degrees. Low near 51 degrees. Sunday—Mostly sunny, high near 72 degrees.
Monday, August 8, 2011
The National Weather Service forecasts thunderstorms mostly between 2 and 8 p.m. No rain or thunderstorms are expected again until Saturday and Sunday.
Today should be free of rain, but expect some thunderstorms 2-8 p.m., Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service. According to the Pikesville forecast, there's a 60 percent chance of precipitation Tuesday, when the high temperature is expected to be 90 degrees, with a low of 71. Those are the same temperatures forecast for Monday. Pikesville could remain rain-free from Wednesday until Saturday, when there is "a chance of thunderstorms," including a 50 percent chance on Saturday evening, the forecast states. There's also a 40 percent chance of thunderstorms Sunday. Following are the NWS forecast temperatures: Wednesday: High near 89 degrees; low of 65 degrees Thursday: High of 82 degrees; low of 64 degrees Friday: High of 84 degrees…
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Temperatures will continue to be hot but the chance of rain on Friday, Saturday and Sunday might offer some brief relief.
Scorching weather that is sweaty and uncomfortable for some, can prove deadly for others. Baltimore County Emergency Management officials say they're concerned about the triple-digit heat and high humidity that forecasters say is in store through this weekend. Such high temperatures can cause heat-related illness and death, especially in infants and small children, young athletes, people over age 65, and those with special health conditions, according to a news release. Emergency management officials urge everyone to take precautions: The forecast The National Weather Service has in place an Excessive Heat Warning, through Wednesday, an Air Quality Alert and a Hazardous Weather Outlook. According to the Pikesville forecast, the high …