Thursday October 4 2018
The hint of late summer is still in the air and some of that humidity has led to fog this morning. The sun will help burn that off and temperatures will soar into the mid and upper 80s this afternoon ahead of a cold front. There will be a line of thunderstorms developing with the front, and a few clusters of storms ahead of that. It will be one cluster that is expected to cross central Maryland this evening.
We will have two cooler days, Friday and Saturday. These will be close to average, then back into the warm spell next week. The overall trend is dry into the weekend. Here’s a quick look..
Local Weather Stats For October 4 in Baltimore
Average High: 71ºF
Record High: 92ºF in 1954
Average Low: 50ºF
Record Low: 35ºF in 1997
Sunrise: 7:05 AM
Sunset 6:44 PM
*Daylight = 2:31 shorter than yesterday
*Bay Water Temperature = 733ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House
Morning Set Up
This thin line is the cold front.
Radar Simulation —> slider
This ECMWF Model is a little warmer for Friday and Saturday. The difference will be mid 60s to near 70ºF.
The trend will be back to a warm trend for the next 1 to 2 weeks.
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