Rhode Islander in Balto

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  1. RA/SN mix in Parkville. 36.8/34.4 and still dropping fast.
  2. 36 / 9 in Parkville. Clouds streaming in from the south pretty quickly.
  3. Any idea on start time for BWI? My husband is flying in from Florida and arrives just before midnight on Wednesday.
  4. Snow mixing back in now in Parkville after a few hours of mostly sleet. Got up to 33.1 / 31, now down to 32 / 30.7.
  5. My elevation (nearly 400ft) really helps in marginal events like this. Was kinda surprising to change back over, even with temps on the rise.
  6. All snow now in Parkville 2 miles west of 95.
  7. Interesting. Just went from all sleet to a sleet / snow mix in Parkville. 31.4 / 30
  8. Already all sleet now a few miles to your east. That warm air aloft is legit.
  9. Down to 32 again from a high of 36 in Parkville/NE Baltimore City. Dew point still quite low at 16.
  10. SN+ in Parkville, just turned back over to 100% snow in the last 20 minutes or so, and grassy surfaces are caving quickly.....temps and DP finally crashing, now 33.6 / 32. If we can keep this up for 4 or 5 hours, this could end up over performing.
  11. Light snow in Parkville since about 11am after starting as a very brief period of sleet. 34.4 / 32.4
  12. Not sure how much it matters for tomorrow, but it barely got to 33 today IMBY in Parkville/Northeast Baltimore City (forecast high was 36), and I’ve already hit my forecasted low of 28 (with a dew point of 10) at 7pm.
  13. WWA just posted for S Baltimore, Central & SE Howard, and SE Harford Counties. WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY ISSUED: 1:27 PM JAN. 18, 2019 – NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 1 PM TO 9 PM EST SATURDAY... * WHAT...Snow, sleet and freezing rain expected. Total snow and sleet accumulations of up to one inch and less than a tenth of an inch of ice accumulation expected. * WHERE...Southern Baltimore, Central and Southeast Howard and Southeast Harford Counties. * WHEN...From 1 PM to 9 PM EST Saturday. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Plan on slippery road conditions. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... A Winter Weather Advisory means that periods of snow, sleet or freezing rain will cause travel difficulties. Expect slippery roads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving.
  14. Finally picking up again in Parkville, and the skies to our south look quite a bit darker. Heavier snow inbound. As soon as the game is over, it’ll be time for a walk.
  15. Just off Old Harford, a few blocks south of Taylor. If I wasn’t sick right now, I’d probably be at Racer’s throwing a few back
  16. Just hit 2” in Northeast Baltimore. Nice fat dendrites falling again. 26.4/25
  17. Went out for a walk at 6:15, barely snowing tiny flakes. About halfway through, you could see the dendritic growth start, and the crystals getting visibility larger. Sidewalks and streets started to cave pretty quickly. When we got in it was coming down pretty good, with beautiful fluffy dendrites falling. 28 / 25 in Parkville with SN+
  18. Finally snowing in Parkville, on the city/county line. Tiny flakes. 29.3/22
  19. Started mixing with snow in Parkville on the city/county line about 15 minutes ago, 2 miles west of 95, 1 mile south of the Beltway. Now a SN/PL+ mix. 31.6 / 26
  20. Was all rain at 8:30pm in Parkville. Now a RASN mix, with temps dropping. 36.9 / 32 currently
  21. 31.5 / 19 in Parkville 2 miles west of I-95, with clear skies. Nice steady drop in temps.
  22. Can confirm rates picked up in the last 15 minutes here in Northeast Baltimore city. Sticking very quickly to all surfaces. Temp has also fallen from 29.3 to 27.9, and dewpoint is up from 13 to 16 degrees in the last 30 minutes or so.
  23. Wunderground radar seems to be up and running just fine, not sure how accurate their depictions of sleet vs. snow are though.