Friday July 27 2018

Too much rain! There has been a downpour around Baltimore this morning and the results of the record monthly rain are seen all around. Some area roads are still impacted and on the Susquehanna River the flood gates continue to open. This places Port Deposit and Have de Grace in the likely flood zone.  Now we set our sights on the risk for severe storms this afternoon and evening. Heavy rain will lead to more flooding, plus the potential for damaging winds to topple trees in soggy soil. We also have the watch for large hail and an isolated tornado.

Full Moon but no eclipse here

We have a full moon which may make the kids with cabin fever extra wild today, but the longer lunar eclipse of the century is NOT going to be seen here. Besides the clouds and rain, the timing does not line up for us. The eclipse is for the other side of the planet.


Stats For July 27 in Baltimore

Average High:  87ºF

Record High: 101ºF in 1940

Average  Low: 67ºF

Record Low: 52ºF in 1962

Sunrise: 6:02 AM

Sunset 8:23 PM

*Daylight = 1:46 shorter than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 80ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House


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Morning Set Up


We already have the muggy 70s and highs will reach the mid to upper 80s today. Heat Index values into the 90s as it will remain humid.

Satellite Loop

The trigger today will be a cold front to west. This will arrive mid afternoon and evening with the risk of severe storms


Radar Loop


Rain Potential Today

The highlighted area shows northeastern Maryland Harford and Cecil Counties) with the greatest rainfall. This is due to a cluster of rain that may form ahead of the main storm line and possibly slow down the line. The timing wil be between 6 PM and Midnight.

Radar Simulation —> slider

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Outlook This Weekend And Next Week

Most of our region will be dry Saturday and Sunday, but showers will linger at the beaches and southern Maryland.

Monday begins another long stretch of rainy days.



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