Monday October 15 2018
This may come as a surprise, but the Baltimore area only had 4 days of rain this month. That is before today. The rainfall has also been below average for a chance, with only 0.51″ below average, again, before today. Rain today is on the leading edge of another in a successions of cool downs. This one may spark a round of thunder tonight as colder air moves in. Radar simulation is below…
2 Hour radar loop
The next item of interest will be over the weekend: The Baltimore Running Festival. The outlook does show rain, but there is some glimmer of hope. Yesterday it looked like a strong storm but that is less impressive on the modeling now. I do expect seem fluctuation with how the energy is handled, so I would keep checking back as I will have a focus on Saturday morning’s time frame all week.
Another thing I will focus on is snow for western Maryland. Cold air and Lake Effect Snow is likely Saturday night into Sunday morning. I may plan a trip out west to chase it down for you. FITF
Radar Simulaiton —> slider
Best chance of thunder will be between 10 PM and midnight.
Saturday Morning (Baltimore Running Festival)
Sunday Snow (in the mountains)
Note FITF store will open at the end of this month
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