Saturday November 4

Baltimore hit 77ºF on Friday and Seattle had their earliest snowfall on record. There is an imbalance but we are trending to the other side of normal. A cold front came through and you will definitely notice it when you step outside today. Temperatures have dropped and will struggle to reach the upper 50s later today. While there is rain on the way this evening, the daylight hours will stay dry for most of us. Drizzle and showers may end the weekend with a warm up, and then we set the stage for more rain early next week. The maps below break down the details, even a chance for flurries next week. But first, I must share the obligatory reminder about the end of Daylight Saving Time.

Clocks back AND change batteries in your smoke/CO2 detectors

Here’s the brief Stats and Graphical Weather View:

Stats For November 4

Normal High:  61ºF

Record High:  83ºF in 1974

Normal Low: 40ºF

Record Low: 22ºF in 1951

Sunrise: 7:38 AM

Sunset 6:02 PM

*We lose 2 min 10 sec of daylight from yesterday 

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Chilly Morning

Cool Afternoon High Temps

 

Dry Today But Showers Tonight

  • Light rain may arrive by 8 PM.
  • Overnight into Sunday Morning: Light Rain
  • Sunday: Lingering Drizzle but warmer

 

Rain Animation

  • Monday Evening: Rain
  • Tuesday Evening into Wednesday: Rain

 

Wednesday Afternoon may have some snowflakes or flurries mixed in on the north side at the end.

This is only a big deal if you love snow and just want to see something fall. No stickage expected, but the atmosphere will be cold enough to support some frozen stuff. That is represented here by the 1000mb to 500mb thickens below 540 dm

Faith in the Flakes Online Store Is Back Open By Popular Demand

PJ bottoms still inside out- They have to be to help bring on the snow.

Outlook Colder To End November

You might say this is just the calendar proving itself, but the jet steam is supporting the cold surge to flow in and sustain itself for our region by Nov 20 and late coast Thanksgiving.

 

 

Temperature Outlook

Note that this forecast does not reach out as far as that jet stream map above. It will get colder Thanksgiving Week.

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Winter Stuff

NOAA Winter Outlook: Not The Best But Not The Worst For Snow

Two Farmers Almanacs Winter 2018 Outlooks

My Preliminary Winter Outlook Notes

Maryland Winters

Low Snow Winters In Baltimore

First Frost and Freeze Dates For Maryland (southern PA and northern VA)

NOAA Ranks Blizzard 2016 4th Worst Snowstorm On Record

Extreme Weather of 2015 balanced out on both ends

 

Get the award winning Kid Weather App I made with my oldest son and support our love for science, weather, and technology. Our 3 year anniversary of the release and our contribution to STEM education is this November. It has been downloaded in 60 countries, and works in both temperature scales. With your support we can expand on the fun introduction to science and real weather.

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