May 31 2018

We start the morning with more widespread fog which is just a sign of the moisture in the air. The remains of Subtropical Depression Alberto have pushed into the Great Lakes, so it is not really here, but it will be spreading its remains our way and spawn a new Low Pressure over the weekend. So the threat of rain and locally heavy storms will continue for the next few days.  What is important to keep in mind is that there will be some heavy storm cells, but the biggest problems will come from two factors:

  1. Slow moving storms
  2. Training- multiple storms tracking over the same area.

Below is a look at the radar simulation for today and tomorrow. This is a suggestion, but the exact location can change. However, the timing and movement suggest how they will behave.


Stats For May 31 in Baltimore

Average High:  78ºF

Record High: 97ºF in 2011

Average  Low: 57ºF

Record Low: 40ºF in 1956

Sunrise: 5:42 AM

Sunset 8:26 PM

*Daylight = 1:10 longer than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 72ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House


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Ellicott City Flood Reports:

Raw video, radar, and rain totals

Video of damage from the air, history, and area development concerns

This Morning

Visibility UNDER 1 MILE In RED


Radar Simulation —> slider

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Rain Potential

A large area of over 1 inch of rain possible. Some spots will get over 2 inches of rain… and as we saw last weekend, all it takes is a slow moving storm to crank up the totals much higher.



Friday: Radar Simulation —> slider

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Alberto North Of Michigan



Rain Animation Through The Weekend

Another burst of heavy downpours appears to be likely Saturday night into Sunday morning.


5 Day Rain Potential

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