September 14 2018
Hurricane Florence was 25 miles from Wilmington NC at 5 AM. That means the eye was still offshore, but getting closer. The top winds were down to 90 mph, making this a Category 1 however the ocean still carries the wave memory of a stronger storm making for major flood problems remaining in the southeast. They are still expecting a range of 15 to 40 inches of rain, in part due to the slow movement. On the north side, some showers have reached Maryland and Delaware this morning, but the winds are not much more than a moderate Nor’Easter.
Here is a look at what we can expect locally today. I still expect a nice weekend gradually expanding from north to south. Then we get some rain on the curve and pass through of the remnant Low next Monday and Tuesday.
Local Weather Stats For September 14 in Baltimore
Average High: 79ºF
Record High: 94ºF in 1931
Average Low: 59ºF
Record Low: 42ºF in 1975
Sunrise: 6:46 AM
Sunset 7:16 PM
*Daylight = 2:32 shorter than yesterday
*Bay Water Temperature = 76ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House
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The northeast wind is helping to battle any high water in the bay. Flooding still expected on the western shore especially in southern Maryland. High waves and flooding into Ocean City through Saturday.
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We generally will continue with 10 to 20 mph winds and gusts to 30 mph. This is most likely to be on the stronger end near the Bay and southern Maryland.
Rain likely to clip the mountains Sunday and then return for our area Monday and Tuesday. At this time this will behave more like a strong cold front for us
Rainfall Through Tuesday
Locally the bulk of rain will be Monday and Tuesday
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