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National Hurricane Center

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  • Will tropical systems end Maryland's drought?

     
    The new Drought Monitor map for this week is in, and for the first time since April 2009 it shows the entire state to be unusually dry. Nearly one-third of the state's geography is in moderate to extreme drought, with...
  • Finally, a bit of rain for Western Maryland

     
    Sunday into Monday, it was mostly Central Maryland and parts of the Eastern Shore that saw quenching rains to ease the long summer's dry weather and drought. The extremely parched regions west of Frederick were mostly left out.But the rains that...

    Nicole dissipates, but its rain is still en route

     
    The National Hurricane Center says Tropical Storm Nicole, never a well-organized system, has now dissipated. But the moisture it captured from the Caribbean in recent days is still being swept north in a heavy plume that will feed our rainfall overnight.....

    2 to 4 inches of rain due from TS Nicole

     
    Forecasters are warning that a new tropical storm near Cuba this morning will merge with low pressure forming off the southeastern U.S. overnight to bring Central Maryland 2 to 4 inches of rain tonight and Thursday, with up to 6 inches in...

    New sub-tropical depression no threat to mainland

     
    There's a new depression in the Atlantic Ocean north of Puerto Rico, the 17th of the season. It appears to be gathering strength, according to the National Hurricane Center. But forecasters, for now, are calling it a SUB-tropical depression because it...