Tuesday October 16 2018
We are done with the wet weather for a while. That is probably the most important thing I could share this morning. We still have some clouds the will gradually thin out and move south, but then we set out sights on the colder air. That chill dominates the nation this morning and we will get out taste of it. The coldest morning might be Friday with the first frost inland.
This weekend will bring in morning showers Saturday. The Baltimore Running Festival could be a little wet, but this is an improvement from the storm that models were showing a few days ago. Sunday, more cold air and the first snow stickage perhaps in Garrett County. Here’s a quick look.
Local Weather Stats For October 16 in Baltimore
Average High: 67ºF
Record High: 90ºF in 1897
Average Low: 45ºF
Record Low: 32ºF in 2009
Sunrise: 7:17 AM
Sunset 6:26 PM
*Daylight = 2:28 shorter than yesterday
*Bay Water Temperature = 70ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House
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There will be some high clouds flowing in on the upper level flow, slowing the full clearing. But we will see the sun today.
Baltimore Running Festival- Morning Rain Showers (temps in the 50s)
Sunday Snow In The Mountains
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