Wednesday March 29 – Yesterday engaged us with thunderstorms that only amounted to 0.30 inches of rain for Baltimore. That is just a small dent into the moderate drought, but more needed rain is on the way. First, we have a quiet pattern with sunshine returning today. This afternoon will be mild in the 60s, and cooler air filters in with the 50s tomorrow. All the action will be across the nation’s heartland with another outbreak of severe, damaging storms. That storm will head our way in a weakened form Friday, but give us needed rain. Then… A quiet weekend.

Here’s a look at the set up for our wet Friday. Please note that ‘stormy’ can mean thunderstorms with heavy rain, but not always turning severe. The Severe Outlook maps are below

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Rainfall Potential

Compare to our Moderate Drought report

Severe Storm Outlook



Opening Day Outlook

High Pressure should be in control and slipping off of the coast. That brings in mild winds from the southwest. Expect high temps in the lower 60s

Temperature Outlook

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Faith in the Flakes

The store is closing for the season. Next week we wil be shifting back to spring mode. This will include a severe weather STEM assembly program.