June 13 2018
The weather map is already active this morning and rain will be passing through our north side early, then spread across the rest of the area through mid day. The Storm Prediction Center has western Pennsylvania and New York in the Slight Risk for severe storms, taking most of the energy. But leaves a Marginal Chance for us. However the radar simulation does not support much more than that. Today will be a much more summer like day than yesterday, as temps will climb into the 80s.
On the bright side, after weekends in a row with rain, this weekend may end up (mostly) dry. There could be a renegade shower, but overall we are in for couple of good days when most can actually enjoy it. There is also a chance we could squeeze out one or two shot days. There is still no extended heat wave in sight, but the 90s may make a visit next week. See more below.
Stats For June 13 in Baltimore
Note: One year ago today we tied the record high temperature
Average High: 83ºF
Record High: 97ºF in 2017
Average Low: 61ºF
Record Low: 46ºF in 1972
Sunrise: 5:39 AM
Sunset 8:33 PM
*Daylight = 0:29 longer than yesterday
*Bay Water Temperature = 70ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House
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This GFS Animation does not show much for our area, and that is a GOOD THING
The warm up early next week could bring in the 90s for a day or two, but then temps may return back to the chill along with rain… Note, this is a 10 Day Outlook, subject to change.
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