Thursday July 26 2018

We need to make the most of the good with the bad. We get a chance to dry out today, but it is still quite humid. But we are not done with the record breaking pattern. More rain on the way Friday, in the form of severe storms. We have a slight risk of storms bringing large hail and damaging winds Friday afternoon and evening. The soggy soil has already led to trees falling and that may become more of an issue tomorrow.

We still have flood issues as high water remains today. The weekend will start sry in central Maryland Saturday but showers will linger at the beaches. Sunday brings back more rain and the pattern will turn soggy again next week. See more below.

Flood Issues This Morning 


Record July Rain

  1. 15.43″ in 2018
  2. 11.03″ in 1889
  3. 10.65″ 1905
  4. 9.68″ in 1945
  5. 9.43″ in 1884


Note: The all time wettest month in Baltimore was August 1955 with 18.35″ of rain. We could reach that this month.


Stats For July 26 in Baltimore

Average High:  87ºF

Record High: 101ºF in 1940

Average  Low: 67ºF

Record Low: 55ºF in 1975

Sunrise: 6:01 AM

Sunset 8:24 PM

*Daylight = 1:44 shorter than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 78ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House


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Morning Set Up

Note: It is very humid


Water Vapor Satellite Loop (4 Hours)

High Temps Today

We will remain dry…

Friday Turning Stormy

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Saturday will be dry for most of us, but showers remain at the beaches

Sunday: Showers possible in the evening.


Next Week: Turning Wet Again 


Rain Animation 



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