Thursday, February 21, 2013
The National Weather Service reports that the wintry mix is slated to begin after noon.
Those planning to leave the office for lunch may want to stay indoors Friday. The National Weather Service predicts that rain and sleet are likely to start after noon. Snow and sleet accumulation are anticipated to be less than half an inch, with temperatures near 39, according to the weather agency. The rain and snow are expected to return after midnight, and a precipitation amount of less than a tenth of an inch is possible.
The Friday evening commute could get messy.
Laurel and much of the Baltimore-Washington corridor are in for another dose of mixed precipitation Friday, according to the National Weather Service. Snow and sleet are likely to begin sometime after noon, with a daytime high near 38°. Forecasters say accumulations of under half an inch are possible. Rain and snow are also likely in the evening hours, but the precip is expected to switch over to just rain after midnight. Less than a tenth of an inch of precipitation is forecast, with an overnight low of around 33°. Still more precip—all rain—is likely on Saturday and Saturday evening, with a daytime high of around 42°.
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Here's a look at the week's forecast courtesy of the National Weather Service.
More winter weather is on the way this week, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). A winter weather advisory is in effect until late Tuesday morning when, according to NWS, we can expect rain and sleet. Temperatures will reach about 50 degrees, however and no accumulation is expected. Rain may continue into early Tuesday night and temperatures will drop to the mid-20s. Wednesday should be sunny, but brisk, with temperatures reaching the high-30s and winds gusting as fast as 36 mph. There is also a 30 percent chance of precipitation during the day. Temperatures will drop to the low-20s Wednesday night with winds gusting as fast as 30 mph. Thursday will be sunny with a high near 40 degrees, dropping to the high-20s at night. We …
Friday, February 15, 2013
Here's a look at the weekend forecast, courtesy of the National Weather Service.
Despite Friday morning’s sunny skies and mild temperatures, the National Weather Service is forecasting hazardous weather beginning Friday afternoon and persisting through the weekend Temperatures will reach the mid-50s Friday. Clouds will begin to cover the sky as the day goes on and light rain/snow is expected late Friday afternoon, beginning around 5 p.m. Temperatures will drop to the low 30s at night and rain should turn to snow early Saturday morning. More snow is expected Saturday, mostly after noon. Otherwise, temperatures will reach the high 30s during the day, dropping to the low 20s at night. Sunday should be partly sunny and windy, with gusts as fast as 22 mph in the afternoon. Temperatures will reach the mid 30s during the day…
Monday, February 11, 2013
Here's a look at the week ahead in weather courtesy of the National Weather Service.
It’s not New England, but we may see some snowflakes this week, according to the National Weather Service (NWS), as well as rain. The rain will begin Monday, falling mostly before 1 p.m. and will accompanied by heavy fog. Temperatures should reach the low-50s, dropping to the mid-30s at night. Skies should be sunny on Tuesday, with a high temperature in the high-40s, dropping to the low-30s over night. There’s a 40 percent chance of snow Wednesday morning and afternoon, turning to rain later in the day. Temperatures will reach the low-40s. There’s a 50 percent chance that rain will continue into the evening, possibly turning to snow later; temperatures will drop to the low-30s over night. We may see snow again Thursday – there’s a 30 …
Thursday, February 7, 2013
No major snow is predicted, but some cold and wet precipitation is predicted to fall in Prince George's County over the next two days.
While no major snow event is forecasted in Prince George’s County this week, there is some wintry weather in our future. According to the National Weather Service, rain mixed with snow and sleet is likely tonight, switching to all rain by 4 a.m. Lows of around 35 degrees are predicted and little to no accumulation is expected. Friday’s weather is predicted to be rainy and foggy, with highs around 45 degrees. The weather will turn cooler and breezy, with winds increasing to 20 to 25 mph after midnight. NWS gives a 30 percent chance of snow overnight, again with little to no accumulation.
Monday, February 4, 2013
Here's a look at the National Weather Service's forecast for the week.
We may see more snow this week – beginning Monday – according to the National Weather Service (NWS), but temperatures should pick up as the week goes on and we’ll be close to “spring-like” weather by the end of the week. There is a chance of snow showers Monday mostly after 4 p.m. until very early Tuesday morning. Otherwise, skies will stay cloudy and temperatures will peak in the mid-30s, dropping to the mid-teens over night. Skies should stay cloudy Tuesday, with temperatures in the high-30s. Tuesday night, there’s a chance of more snow showers and temperatures will drop, slightly, to the low-30s. The sun returns Wednesday, and temperatures will hit the mid-40s, dropping to the mid-20s at night. Thursday, again, mostly sunny with …
Monday, January 28, 2013
Take a look at some items to pack in your trunk and some safe driving techniques from The Weather Channel.
One of the best tips for driving on icy roads may be—don't drive unless you have to. But if you are out in your vehicle on wintry roads, here are some tips for driving on ice and snow from The Weather Channel. It starts with your car being ready for the drive. Here's one way you can be prepared right away, by carry the following in your trunk: The Weather Channel provides information on additional items to pack and gives further details on some of the items listed above. Tips for Driving in Snow and Ice The Weather Channel gives additional details and tips, plus advice on what what to do if your rear or front wheels lock, or you get stuck out on the road.
Friday, January 25, 2013
Find out what the commute will be like heading home.
The National Weather Service says there is an 80 percent chance of snow after 3 p.m.
For the second time this week, the National Weather Service (NWS) is predicting snow for Prince George's County. According to the forecast, there is an 80 percent chance that snow will fall sometime after 3 p.m., with accumulations up to one inch. The snow is predicted to continue in the evening, slowing by 10 p.m., blanketing the area with up to another half inch. Sunny skies and temperatures in the mid 30s are predicted for Saturday and Sunday.