June 6 2018

The weather map really looks like late winter. A strong upper level Low in eastern Canada was responsible for yesterday’s cold front and now sending cool weather our way. At least it will be dry, but temperatures are way below average. Today most of our region will stay in the 60s. The overall outlook remains cool for the next two weeks with one exception…. We will warm to the lower 80s by the end of the week, just ahead of another storm. This weekend will bring showers and possibly another round of flooding with the bulk of storms Saturday night into Sunday morning.


Stats For June 6 in Baltimore

Note: This is the earliest date on record that Baltimore has broken 100 degrees, back in 1925

Average High:  80ºF

Record High: 99ºF in 1925

Average  Low: 59ºF

Record Low: 46ºF in 1997

Sunrise: 5:40 AM

Sunset 8:30 PM

*Daylight = 0:52 longer than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 69ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House


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Morning Temperatures

Check out McHenry in western Maryland at 41ºF, while near the Bay temps are in the 60s.  The source of cool air today will limit how warm it will get…

Afternoon Temperatures

Metro Baltimore will stay in the upper 60s to near 70ºF. That will be chilly in the shade or when clouds are overhead. But warm in the sun.


Thursday’s High Temperatures

More sunshine, less wind, and back into the lower 70s.

Weekend Storm

Bulk of Rain Saturday Night/Sunday Morning


Storm Animation

  • Friday: 50% Chance Of Afternoon/Evening Showers
  • Saturday: 90% Chance of showers especially afternoon. Heavy Rain Evening and Overnight
  • Sunday: 70% Chance of showers/light rain. Cooler!




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Temperature Outlook

Also See:

Ellicott City Flood Reports:

Raw video, radar, and rain totals

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


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