There seems to be some confusion about whether or not the radar image you see on WBOC is live. The answer is that it is live, but the radars take a look at the entire atmosphere in what is called a volume scan. This gives we meteorologists very valuable information on how strong a storm is
I wrote this for the American Geophysical Union’s AGU Blogosphere: We rarely see tornadoes on the Eastern Shore, but a strong EF 2 (winds near 125 mph) hit Kent Island just SE of the Bay Bridge at 1:30 AM Monday morning. Tornadoes are rare in Maryland and the last tornado in Queen Anne’s County was
The steadily warming global temperatures are changing our summers here on Delmarva, and with the summer solstice this morning, it’s a good time to look at how different summer is now than in 1970. Most of the area is seeing 3-6 days each summer above 95° than we did in the 1960’s and early 70’s.