Thursday November 2
This month began with temperatures slightly below average, but a front moving through today will surge warmer air back into our region. Temperatures over the next 5 days will reach the 70s, which is 10 to 15 degrees above average. Saturday will be cooler, then warm again through Monday ahead of the next storm. It will not be all quiet but the weekend showers appear to be most likely in the evenings and overnight. Behind next week’s storm, colder air could bring in some flurries or snow showers on the north side of Baltimore. Here’s the break down:
Stats For November 2
Normal High: 62ºF
Record High: 84ºF in 1950
Normal Low: 40ºF
Record Low: 29ºF in 1976
Sunrise: 7:36 AM
Sunset 6:04 PM
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Brief Weather Notes:
Friday Evening: Cold Front Showers after a highs in the mid 70s.
Saturday: Cooler With Highs near 60ºF
Saturday Night: Turn the clocks back 1 Hour
Sunday: Back to the 70s
Monday: Rain arrives ahead of next storm
Tuesday: Heavy Rain- Low Pressure passes directly over Maryland
Wednesday Night: Snow Showers might reach the suburbs north of Baltimore. Don’t expect any stickage or accumulation. I normally would not mention snow this far away, but the impact seems minimal, so it’s something for winter lovers to optimistically look forward too without other potential concerns.
Animation of Next Week’s Storm
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Jet Stream Animation:
The cold air (in blue) showing a stronger presence.
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