It takes merely one day to travel from New Haven, to Baltimore. In fact, it’s only 5 hours between the cities by car (even faster by train!) and covers 5 states. That’s a state an hour! At most times, it is a 5 hour and 7 minute drive (though significantly longer in the morning ore early evening) at a pace of only 52 miles an hour. That is CRAZY slow. This is the first time I can remember passing through Delaware on a trip, so I will blame the First State. We have 267 miles to cover, so let’s start coverin’
It’s the same story everywhere, man. Hot, hot, hot. Make sure that AC is working, especially in the midst of cutting across the Bronx on I-95 early in the day. Being at a standstill just makes things seem so much worse. The best chance for rain tomorrow is before we wake in the New York City area, but I suspect the green showing on the models will manifest as some ground fog thanks to high dew points in the area. The sun will get brighter and angrier as we slide through New Jersey and Delaware, before we begin our final steamy approach to Baltimore.
I have returned from vacation, and if our forecast in New Haven is any estimation, I didn’t really need one. The beginning of March was a warm one in New England, and that usually means rain. That was indeed the case in New Haven, where our forecast swooped in at the end of a warm spell which was ultimately marked by some rain. The cool down was deftly anticipated by Victoria-Weather, and that gained a victory for us. Actuals: March 7th, .02 inches of rain, High 61, Low 48 March 8th, High 49, Low 32
I love the spring. Winter is such a long slog, and then you start getting this taste of warmth that brings along the first thunderstorm activity of the year. Even when it’s colder, you can bet it’s going to be interesting. Let’s knock out this likely entertaining forecast.
At 453PM, ET, New Haven was reporting sunny skies and haze. An occluded feature over Newfoundland is extending a cold front just to the south of Long Island. This boundary runs further to the east southeast and intersects a more vigorous feature centered over the Ozarks. The resulting languid pace of the boundary south of town will lead to high humidity, and clouds and overnight fog for New Haven in the immediate future. The stronger low to the western low will progress northeastward, buoyed by a rapidly propagating, strong jet perturbation, will moves swiftly to the northeast. The front will back up and move north through New Haven, but without much moisture within the feature. A little bit of rain is possible overnight, but a warm early afternoon will follow. The cold front will arrive in the late evening, perhaps shortly after sunset, and will bring showers and thunderstorms. Precipitation will wrap up quickly, but Tuesday will be breezy and much colder, Tomorrow – Early showers, late showers and thunderstorms with some breezy conditions. High 57, Low 45 Tuesday – Clouds clearing early, with breezy and chilly conditions. High 49, Low 32
TWC: Tomorrow – Cloudy skies with periods of rain later in the day. High 56, Low 48 Tuesday – Mostly sunny skies. High 51, Low 37
AW: Tomorrow – Cloudy and mild; a little rain late in the afternoon High 59, Low 49 Tuesday – Cooler with clouds yielding to sun (early rain) High 52, Low 34
TWC: Tomorrow – Showers likely, mainly after 4pm. Increasing clouds, High 57, Low 46 Tuesday – Sunny High 51, Low 34
WB: Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy in the morning then partly sunny with a slight chance of showers in the afternoon, High 55, Low 48 Tuesday – Sunny, High 50, Low 31
WN: Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy with light showers likely, High 57, Low 46 Tuesday- Mostly sunny, High 46, Low 36
FIO: Tomorrow – Rain overnight and in the evening. high 59, Low 46 Tuesday – Possible light rain overnight. High 53, Low 35
The description of the precipitation is pretty different across the board, from the amount and intensity to the timing. No two forecasts are alike. Not much on the local radar display right now.