Superstorm Sandy's Timeline

Sandy's impacts will be felt as early as Sunday

BALTIMORE, MD - Mike Masco

ABC 2 NEWS STORM CENTER

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Superstorm sandy will continue to move towards the north during the course of this afternoon. The storm spans over 1200 miles in width with tropical storm force winds well out from the center. Sandy is expected to make a left hand turn into Maryland or Delaware by Monday afternoon.

Our exclusive in-house RPM (Rapid Precision Model) is doing a fairly good job timing out the storm potential.

Here is a breakdown of what the model sees and what kind of effects will be felt.

SUNDAY AFTERNOON

First bands of Sandy will come in. Breezy conditions will develop especially the further south and east you go.

RAIN: LIGHT - MODERATE

WIND: SE 10-15MPH

GUSTS: 15MPH

POWERLOSS: LOW

 

SUNDAY LATE NIGHT

Heavy bands will start to appear over southern Maryland and Delaware. Winds will start to become gusty

RAIN: MODERATE

WIND: SE 15-20 MPH

GUSTS: 22 MPH

POWERLOSS: LOW

 

MONDAY MORNING - EARLY AFTERNOON

Heavy bands will start to appear over southern Maryland and Delaware. Winds will start to become gusty

RAIN: MODERATE

WIND: SE 30-35 MPH

GUSTS: 35-40 MPH

POWERLOSS : MODERATE

MONDAY AFTERNOON - EVENING

Very heavy rain and gusty winds. Mountain snow picks up in intensity

RAIN: HEAVY TO EXTREME

WIND: E- NE 35-45 MPH

GUSTS: 55 + MPH

POWER LOSS : HIGH

MONDAY NIGHT - TUESDAY MORNING

Bands of heavy rain and gusty winds

RAIN: MODERATE TO HEAVY

WIND:  N 35-45 MPH

GUSTS: 45+ MPH

POWER LOSS : HIGH

SNOW ! WESTERN SUBURBS POSSIBILITY OF A 1/2" CARROLL & FREDERICK COUNTIES

TUESDAY - TUESDAY NIGHT

Bands of showers & gusty winds

RAIN: Light - Moderate

WIND: N - NW 30-35 MPH

GUSTS: 40 MPH

POWER LOSS : MODERATE

SNOW SHOWERS WESTERN SUBURBS

TOTAL RAINFALL

8-12" FOR BALTIMORE METRO AND DC ... LESSER N & E WHERE THE CENTER COMES ASHORE

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