Sunday October 8

Tropical Depression Nate has winds of 35 mph and is racing to the north at 23 mph. This was expected to be downgraded at this point, and also expected to bring us rain and wind tonight and into the morning. The forward speed is likely to increase, which means the worst conditions could be moving away before noon. Besides, Nate has always been lopsided with all the action on the east side. Not much else on the other.  This storm will follow a path similar to remains of Harvey and Irma thanks to that stalled front in Ohio.

Here is a quick look at the set up this evening and timeline for the rain. If you happen to be off of school or work for Columbus Day, it may not be a total loss for going outside.

Note: The record for warmest low temperature in Baltimore appears to be within reach. As of post time the 9 PM temp at BWI was 77ºF. The record was 68ºF in 1922. See more in my prior post.

Sunday Evening Surface Weather Map

Radar Loop Ending At 9 PM

 

Winds:

The strongest winds are likely to be between 6 AM and Noon from the south to southeast. Steady winds will be 15 to 20 mph. Gusts in the 30 to 40 mph range are  possible by the water and in the hills northwest of Baltimore

 

 

—> slider: Simulated Radar Rain Timeline

The heaviest rain will be between 6 and 1o AM. Some thunder is possible along with wind gusts to 40 mph north of Baltimore and on area bridges.  The afternoon will bring a few scattered showers mainly after 3 PM.

 

High Temperatures

It will be a warm and muggy day with that tropical feel to the air. Highs again will make the 80s

 

 

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