Friday, January 25, 2008

IN MARKING PERIOD GRADE MODE UNTIL MONDAY

Sorry for not being able to post recently, what little brainpower is left in the evenings this week has been diverted to preparing quarterly grades. Sometime during the weekend, I hope to post an overview of what's lurking for February. I see the potential for a little surprise snow Saturday, and some computer models are having trouble resolving the development of a possible rogue coastal on Sunday. At least there wasn't much Mid-Atlantic weather to talk about this past week. But as we head into February, I foresee some "weather whiplash" coming up, with wild swings in temperature and storm types. Feel free to post any questions you have about the upcoming pattern and I will answer this weekend as time permits.

8 comments:

Mr. Foot said...

Greetings all, not much to talk about as you have already figured out. Weather pattern will be wet and slightly above average temp wise for the week.

Next week however, I believe there is potential for a brief return to cold and snow, before we go into February thaw mode during the week of primaries.

lsckicks8 said...

Is there any possibility of any snow in the upcoming storm?

Mr. Foot said...

Evening all, am back from grading hiatus. I have discovered the NWS is projecting freezing rain as a possibility on Thu night and Fri for the Balto area. Will investigate further and get back to you this evening or tomorrow.

bell86 said...

Norm Lewis said that the advisory will most likely move east tomorrow and include Baltimore. Also, sounds like Friday morning may be very SLOW! That's what we like to hear.

mkgerst said...

Can we say delay, or even snow day? After a week of report cards, I'm ready for a break!

Mr. B said...

I smell a big ice storm up here.

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snow lover said...

hi everyone isnt it great to see spme wintry precip in the forecast for the are. I think thatthis stormcould suprise a lot of people! The county never messes around when it comes to ice. Does any one remember last year when rain was in the forecast and we got 6 inches of sleet. I don't believe that it will be like that but we might get out of school because the ice is supposed to start after midnight!!!!

I think that the winter weather watch will move to northern bmore county then to south!!!