Warm temperatures make it difficult for snow to accumulate

Warm temperatures make it difficult for snow to accumulate

Warm temperatures will make it difficult for snow to accumulate

Tom will sort this out for you as we head into tomorrow morning. Tom. Yes. We got that storm. We’ll definitely keep an eye on Tony. It doesn’t look like it’s snowing right now, so things will definitely happen. To change. It usually doesn’t snow when the temperature rises to about 50 degrees. 48 now below the Bowie Marshall area with east winds 5 mph. Of course it rains at first. In fact, the rain could be steady and heavy throughout the night and into the very early morning hours tomorrow. In fact, not only is it 48 degrees in Bowie Marshall, but you can see that it’s 52 degrees in downtown Baltimore which is pretty warm for snow. No doubt about it. Things are going well. We must change and we will have a short period of change tomorrow morning as some cold air is enveloped in this storm system as it intensifies to the east of 49 in Hagerstown. Right now, even Auckland is too warm for snow. Now, they’re in 4146, in Salisbury and Ocean City and all of that will help limit the amount of snow that accumulates, especially on the roads, the roads are warm. The ground is not frozen. After this last warm spell we had. So the initial precipitation coming will just be rain, and that will keep the ground moist and warm and help us a little. But you can see some snow on the northwest side of this storm system. The original low will move toward southwest Virginia. As we head through the night and into tomorrow morning, as it intensifies, a new area of ​​low pressure will likely form off the coast. This is what will draw in cold air briefly enough for at least a few hours tomorrow morning, mixing or changing the rain. To snow. So here you go. At 9:00 tonight, rain is moving from the mountains to Baltimore and down to the coast. And again, we had an inch and an inch and a half of rain. As this system intensifies across the area, even as late as 4 or 5:00 a.m., temperatures will be well above freezing. It’s just rain falling in the Baltimore area, some of it might be heavy, you know, maybe even a rumble or two of thunder in the southern United States in southern Maryland. Note that snow has moved into Western Maryland at 5:00 AM. We go from 5 to 8 a.m. and you see the pink in the future broadcast here. This is a mixed bag of rain and sleet, maybe some wet snow mixed in, and then it’s all snow for a few hours up the northern United States, especially north of Cookeville in Bel Air, Elkton, near Pennsylvania. Line. At 8:00 a.m., rain will fall from Annapolis south into southern Maryland, and again, the intensity of the rain may be significant. It might just be down to the rain. Whatever combination we have, temperatures will rise into the 40s again in the afternoon. And then by 2 to 3:00, the system is gone. So the worst effect of this actually happens from around 5 or 6 in the morning until noon. And in those few hours, we will have a wintry mix across the region. So get ready for some wet weather overnight with lows in the 35 to 40s, a wintry mix tomorrow morning and ending in the afternoon. High temperatures are in the upper 40s. Winds will blow as this system intensifies off the coast. Wind speed is 25 to 30 miles per hour. Tomorrow afternoon, it’s all rain here in southern Maryland. A wintry mix around Baltimore. Some snow is falling in the mountains of western Maryland. Seven-day forecast. It’s pretty much the only winter storm on the horizon right now. Until the sky becomes clear on Wednesday. Valentine’s Day with a high of 43. We’ll be in the upper 40s on Thursday and Friday, and temperatures will remain steady.

Warm temperatures will make it difficult for snow to accumulate

Chief Meteorologist Tom Tasselmeyer says warmer temperatures will make it difficult for Maryland to record significant snow accumulations on Tuesday.

Chief Meteorologist Tom Tasselmeyer says warmer temperatures will make it difficult for Maryland to record significant snow accumulations on Tuesday.

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