Monday November 27
After a mild end to the holiday weekend, our weather pattern is uneventful. The initial cold surge has come and gone. Temperatures are seasonable, but colder in southern Maryland and west of Washington where it was clear overnight. Some clouds around central Maryland had kept us closer to 40ºF. We have a have a few afternoons ahead that will be slightly warmer. If you are heading to the Ravens first home Monday night football game in five years, it will be chilly. The main action for the weather will be rain at the end of the week, and then we wait for the pattern to turn colder. At this point that looks like it will be the second week of December, but we are still on pace for that early start to winter. So before we see snow and the weather report below, please understand I need to do my part on Cyber Monday and remind you where to find FITF gear and SnowStix. Thank you for sharing my obsession with snow and supporting my charity work. A portion of all sales will go to programs for pediatric oncology patients.
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Stats For November 27
Normal High: 52ºF
Record High: 74ºF in 1896
Normal Low: 33ºF
Record Low: 18ºF in 1991
Sunrise: 7:03 AM
Sunset 4:45 PM
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Most of this week will be quiet until Friday. That is our next chance for rain. Here is the forecast animation from the GFS Model
In case you missed it…. See My Winter Outlook 2017-2018 for more snow
Pattern Change: Second Week of December
The jet stream will be relaxing for a bit, allowing us to have near seasonal temperatures for the next 2 weeks. The pattern includes a mild December 5th, so that date last decade that routinely brought us our first snow will not be this the case this year. But we will start to notice the change. It will take all of next week to get the pattern to shift to the east coast. Then we can start looking for snow.
The really cold air does not show up here on this model product, but it will be there. Overall, while not excessively cold, most of the next 10 days will be near ‘normal’
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