Wednesday September 26 2018

Today starts warm and humid with some areas of fog and mist.  Temps will warm into the mid 80s and remain muggy so it might feel like the 90s. All of that is full ahead of a cold front to produce strong and severe storms. The timing will be late afternoon and evening. A small chance of storms will reach severe levels which includes winds over 58 mph and large hail over 1″ diameter. This can produce tree and property damage.

Flooding is another issue: Storm potential will bring between 1 and 3 inches of rain in the heaviest downpours. But there is still a coastal flood advisory along the shores of the Chesapeake Bay. Annapolis is among the places that have been dealing with the for a few weeks.

We still have another day with rain tomorrow. But our weekend outlook still looks a lot better and much more like autumn. Here is a quick look:

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Local Weather Stats For September 26 in Baltimore

Average High:  74ºF

Record High: 95ºF in 1970

Average  Low: 53ºF

Record Low:  35ºF in 1963 *Coldest for the month

Sunrise: 6:57 AM

Sunset 6:56 PM 

*Daylight = 2:33 shorter than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 72ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House 

 

Also see:

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Morning Set Up

That cold front will arrive by this evening, but stall to our south and return Thursday with more rain

Coastal Flood Advisory

The push of easterly winds and high water sloshing on the Bay keeps the flooding in places like Annapolis and along the western and southern shores of the Chesapeake Bay

 

Morning Temperatures 

 

Afternoon High Temperatures

 

Radar Simulaiton –> slider

Storm potential will bring between 1 and 3 inches of rain in the heaviest downpours.

 

Severe Outlook Again

More Rain Thursday

The front stars to our south and moves back north with rain by lunch tine… lasting all afternoon again.

 

Rain Animation

Temperature Outlook

While it is muggy today, it will definitely feel like autumn this weekend. Check out the low temps in the 50s bay Baltimore.  Maybe some 40s in the colder suburbs

 

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