Wednesday, February 13, 2013
The National Weather Service, forecasts less than one-half inch of precipitation Thursday.
Early morning rain and snow could amount to about one-half inch of precipitation Thursday. Through 1 a.m., there's a possibility of both rain and snow, according to the National Weather Service forecast for Pikesville. But between 1 and 4 p.m., snow is expected, it states. The high Wednesday is expected to be 41 degrees, with a low of 30 degrees, the forecast states. On Thursday, the high could reach 47 degrees, with a low of 34 degrees. There could be more rain Friday night.
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
The National Weather Service calls for a wintry mix of light precipitation for Central Maryland, Northern DC and Northern VA.
UPDATE (10:30 a.m. Thursday) - Weather could get wintry again Thursday night, when a mix of rain and snow is expected to fall. A hazardous weather outlook is in effect for Central Maryland, including the Pikesville area, as well as Northern DC and Northern VA, according to the National Weather Service forecast. Updated: The forecast calls for rain with snow and sleet Thursday night, with all rain after 4 a.m. Friday. It could get foggy after 1 a.m. For instant updates, like Pikesville Patch on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. To get Pikesville news in your email each morning, sign up to receive the newsletter here. There could be light, ice-glaze from freezing rain, as well, it states. But that's likely to happen near the Mason-Dixon …
Friday, February 1, 2013
Pikesville Patch reader and blogger Cheryl Wapner Cohen reports treacherous conditions there.
If you're heading out and driving Friday morning, it might be a good idea to avoid McDonogh Road. Although there's only about 1 inch of snow, it's icy there, cars have been abandoned alongside the road, and there are several accidents, said Pikesville resident Cheryl Wapner Cohen. "Cars are bumber-to-bumper," the longtime Pikesville resident said. "I've never seen it that bad." According to a Baltimore County Police Department officer, there have been numerous accidents in that area, up to 30. Salt trucks were requested this morning to make a second pass in the area. That includes McDonough, Reisterstown and Stevenson roads. Cohen said that, as of 9:15 a.m., main roads Reisterstown and Old Court where she traveled seemed fine for driving. …
Thursday, January 31, 2013
The forecast for ZIP Code 21208 states there could be snow Saturday morning, as well.
There's a 60 percent chance that snow will fall tonight, and a 50 percent chance that it will fall tomorrow. If it does, there could be an accumulation of less than an inch Thursday and another half-inch on Friday, according to the ZIP Code 21208 forecast by the National Weather Service. The low temperature Thursday night could be 28 degrees. The high Friday could be 31 degrees, with a low of 22 degrees, the forecast states. There could be more snow Saturday night, as well. Worried about the weather? Check your commute in the morning—and every morning—on Pikesville Patch's Commute Map. You can also like Pikesville Patch on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter.
Friday, January 25, 2013
A total of about 2.5 inches of snow is expected to accumulate through 10 p.m. Friday, according to the National Weather Service. Add your snow photos!
A few inches of snow are still on the way for Pikesville. It began falling at about 2:30 p.m. and, according to the National Weather Service's Pikesville forecast, a total of up to 2.5 inches is expected to fall tonight. Most—up to 2 inches—will fall during the daylight hours, but snowfall could continue through about 10 p.m., the forecast states. Do you have kids, pets or friends who enjoy playing in the snow? Take some photos, and post them to this article. I can feature them throughout the weekend. The high Friday was 24 degrees, and a low of 18 degrees is expected Friday night. Saturday will be a bit warmer, with a high of 30 degrees, and a low of 16 degrees. There's no more snow or precipitation in the weekend forecast. On Sunday, the…
Friday, December 28, 2012
There could be less than an inch of snowfall Friday, and 1 - 3 inches Saturday, according to the National Weather Service.
Snow's on the way the next two days, with a storm likely to hit central Maryland late Friday night. On Friday, there's a 60 percent chance of the wintry precipitation, according to the the National Weather Service's Pikesville forecast. About one-half of an inch could fall. The high temperature Friday is expected to be 39 degrees, with a low of about 27 degrees. A winter weather advisory is in effect beginning Friday morning, through Saturday for the Capitol region, including central Maryland. On Saturday, there's a 90 percent chance of precipitation with 1 - 3 inches expected to occur before 4 p.m. A high of 36 degrees and a low of 27 degrees are forecasted. Sunday should be mostly sunny with a high of 35 degrees, and a low of 21 degrees…
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
It's snowing this morning, but rain could take over after 1 p.m., according to the National Weather Service.
Snow has been coming down quickly Wednesday morning in Pikesville, but that could change in the afternoon, when rain is expected from 1 p.m. through early Thursday. A winter weather advisory and hazardous weather outlooks are in effect until 1 p.m. The National Weather Service forecast for the Pikesville area calls for 1/2 inch of precipitation today, and up to 3/4 inch more tonight. High today could be about 38 degrees, with a low of 36 degrees, it states. Rain is expected through 9 a.m. Thursday, but after that it will be sunny and windy, including gusts up to 40 mph, the forecast states. The high Thursday could be near 40 degrees, with a low of about 28 degrees. Snowfall could occur again Saturday morning and night, with rain possible …
Saturday, February 11, 2012
The National Weather Service issues a wind advisory.
A wind advisory is in effect for the Pikesville area until Sunday morning, according to the National Weather Service. According to the advisory, that covers the Baltimore/Washington D.C. metropolitan area, the most powerful gusts, from 25-35 mph, are expected to occur this evening. The wind can make driving difficult, the Pikesville forecast states.
Forecasters call for 1.6 inches by the day's end.
It wasn't even enough to cover the grass, but snow was on the ground when Baltimore woke up Saturday morning. The overnight coating was not an impact on the roads. Many streets appear clear, and traffic is moving smoothly. By 8:30 a.m., the snow had turned to flurries. Accuweather predicts a couple of squalls passing through the area Saturday afternoon, and possibly this evening, with a total of 1.6 inches expected to fall. Share your snow photos with us! Just click the upload button at the top of the page.
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
A snowstorm is bringing about 1/2 inch of snow to the Pikesville area.
The Wednesday snowstorm might not bring a lot of problems since less than 1 inch is supposed to accumulate by 9 p.m., according to the latest Pikesville forecast from the National Weather Service. But you might want to check the roads, traffic and power outages—just in case: Keep in mind, there's a Town Hall Meeting set in Pikesville Thursday to discuss problems customers have had with BGE service, especially during Hurricane Irene.