Tuesday March 8- The warm air mass is moving in this morning, and as I have suggested it will end up warmer and stay longer than first suggested. The pattern will be locked for the rest of the week with warm winds and dry weather for the eastern US as severe storms and flooding pound east Texas and the Mississippi River Valley. El Nino will get the blame for this. Notice the red shading with 5 inches or above rainfall this week. AS much as 10 inches or more in east Texas and western Louisiana. But not a drop for our region, through Saturday.
While I still believe that pattern may repeat last May, with the shift to our region a month later… the just focus for us is on the warm weather for now.
GFS Model: Most Reliable
This text output shows the forecast for Baltimore’s BWI. I’ve highlighted the high temperatures over the next three days after today. There is a good chance that we end up between 75°F and 80°F
Chance For A Record?
Baltimore Almanac Numbers This Week:
- Tuesday March 8: Average Hi 51°F; Record 83°F in 2000
- Wednesday March 9: Average Hi 51°F; Record 79°F in 1964
- Thursday March 10: Average Hi 52°F; Record 77°F in 2006
- Friday March 11: Average Hi 52°F; Record 75°F in 1967
This is the outlook for today. Not much movement Wednesday and Thursday