Thursday, May 9, 2013
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Thursday, May 9
Thunderstorms are possible in Pikesville Thursday through Saturday night, but the sky could be clear again, all day long, by Monday. Storms could begin after 8 a.m. Thursday, according to the National Weather Service. Expect a high of about 73 degrees. Thunderstorms are a possibility through Saturday night, and Sunday will be cloudy, the Pikesville forecast states. Subway Curious about the Milford Mill MTA Subway Station? Now you can watch 3 minutes of comings and goings on the track, thanks to a YouTube video posted recently. DASH Week Gerri Chizek of The Day School at Baltimore Hebrew posted three photos of the school's DASH week, held in February 2013. During the week, titled Days of Arts, Science, and Humanities, students did hands-on …
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
The National Weather Service forecasts severe storms with high winds, and has issued a tornado watch for Maryland counties, including Baltimore County.
A National Weather Service tornado watch is in effect for Baltimore County and 15 others until 7 p.m. According to the NWS forecast for the Pikesville area, a severe thunderstorm warning is in effect until 3:30 p.m., and a flash flood watch until 8 p.m. There will be showers and thunderstorms before 4 p.m. Tuesday and possibly another storm after 4 p.m., it states. The high will be about 76 degrees on this breezy day when wind gusts up to 33 mph are possible, it states. Pikesville, Garrison and surrounding areas could get up to 1/2 inch of rain today.
Monday, September 17, 2012
The National Weather Service forecast calls for thunderstorms by 11 p.m. Monday, and again on Tuesday.
Rain and thunderstorms are ahead for the Pikesville area. According to the National Weather Service, there's a 70 percent chance of those storms, and they could begin by 11 p.m. Monday, bringing up to .25 inches of rain. The low tonight will be about 67 degrees, the Garrison forecast states. Like Pikesville Patch on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter. Thunderstorms could come again after 1 p.m. Tuesday, with gusts up to 33 mph, it states. As of 5:51 p. Monday, a hazardous weather outlook was still in effect for the Chesapeake Bay area, Central Maryland, Northern Virginia and Washington D.C. That's through Tuesday. On Tuesday afternoon and evening there could be widespread thunderstorms heavy downpours bringing flash flooding and possibly …
Monday, August 27, 2012
Pikesville made it through a day of thunderstorms and the possibility of a tornado on Sunday.
Thunderstorms, high winds, pouring rain and the possibility of a tornado marked Aug. 26 in Pikesville. Here are some photos from our stormy Sunday. Do you have photos of the rain or damage? Upload them to this article.
Friday, July 20, 2012
The National Weather Service forecast says there's a 90 percent chance of more rain—up to three-fourths of an inch—Friday afternoon, and maybe more before 3 a.m. Saturday.
The sky over Pikesville and the surrounding area is densely overcast, serving to illustrate the 90 percent chance of rain that's possible Friday afternoon and Saturday morning. According to the National Weather Service, up to three-fourths of an inch of rain could fall Friday afternoon, with up to one inch more possible through 3 a.m. Saturday. Thunderstorms are possible, as well. There's a flash flood watch in effect until 11 p.m. Friday for the Washington D.C./Baltimore Metropolitan area, that includes Pikesville. And there's a hazardous weather outlook in effect, because thunderstorms are possible through Thursday, July 26, as the temperature cools, according to the NWS. The high Friday is expected to be 80 degrees, with a low of 68 …
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Pikesville resident Dave Cluster often sleeps in a shed and uses the library's and local business' wifi to write his blog "Homelesscide: Life on the Street."
The humidity is so unbearable that sleeping on a bench outside the Pikesville Branch Library can be more comfortable. And a daily wash-up inside the Giant Foods store after a morning of thunderstorms is a welcome relief. These are among the experiences that Dave Cluster, a Pikesville resident who is homeless and equipped with a donated laptop computer, wrote about this week in his blog "Homelesscide: Life on the Street." With the recent high temperatures and storms to deal with, "It's miserable enough during the day, but nights are hell!" he says in his July 8 blog post. Read more of Cluster's blog.
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
At about 8 p.m., storms began rolling into Howard County, then into Baltimore County.
A sunny Tuesday turned dark and stormy by evening. "I think it I just hit the Arbutus area or its really close cause skies are really dark," tweeted Lauren Coscia during the 8 p.m. hour. Independent Meteorologist Justin Berk tracked the storm on Twitter. "Big nasty storm hitting Baltimore Co. Look out for downpours and winds 40-60mph," he tweeted during the 7 p.m. hour. The National Weather Service forecast calls for thunderstorms to develop—possibly through 2 a.m. Wednesday—within the region that includes northern Virginia, Central Maryland, and Washington DC. On Wednesday, there's a chance of thunderstorms and fog by about 8 a.m. with thunderstorms possible until noon, according to the area forecast. The high will be about 86 degrees …
A sprinkler goes full-blast at about 1 p.m. Tuesday along Reisterstown Road near I-695.
Does this sprinkler remind you of the heat of Tuesday? Or does it hint at cool respite? Temperatures reached about 86 degrees or higher Tuesday afternoon, and this sprinkler was pumping out the water during the hottest time of day—about 1 p.m. It was aimed at some landscaping on a grassy area between the Target parking garage and Reisterstown Road at the I-695 ramps. The weather might not be so sunny later, as rain and thunderstorms are possible Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service. Thunderstorms could develop in late afternoon, in the area that spans from the Chesapeake Bay to counties in central Maryland, northern Virginia, and Washington—including Pikesville. A hazardous weather warning is in effect, and storms could …
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Meteorologist Justin Berk says showers will form in the Pikesville area through 3 p.m. Wednesday, and he had spotted one at 1:30 p.m. in Owings Mills/Reisterstown.
There's a 70 percent chance of rain Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service's Pikesville forecast. Thunderstorms could form before 2 a.m. Thursday, the forecast states. At 2:19 p.m., independent meteorologist Justin Berk reported storms and lightning on the west side of Baltimore north of Ellicott City. At about 1:30 p.m. he had tweeted that a new shower system had formed near Owings Mills and Reisterstown. "Today is going to be our day for storms," Berk had tweeted at about noon. "Watch them develop noon-3 p.m. Local flooding possible." The high Wednesday is expected to be 78 degrees, according to the NWS. The low could be about 63 degrees. More showers are possible Thursday, with thunderstorms possible after noon, according …
Monday, May 14, 2012
The rain that's hit Pikesville and the area Monday could continue Monday night, and through Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service forecast.
Another inch of rain could fall tonight, possibly accompanied by thunderstorms, according to the National Weather Service forecast for Pikesville and the surrounding area. Along with that forecast comes a hazardous weather outlook for the Washington D.C./ Baltimore area. "Moderate to heavy rain is expected tonight across the outlook area and could lead to localized flooding," it states. The low Monday could be about 61 degrees, according to the forecast. The high could be near 70 Tuesday, accompanied by up to another inch of rain and possible thunderstorms, according to the forecast. The low Tuesday is expected to be about 60 degrees, and some showers are possible.