Wednesday October 17 2018
It might seem cool this morning, but colder air is on the way. Yes, it is October and we should expect falling temperatures. Sometimes that arrives distinctly. A few cold fronts will push through without rain, but a shift in the wind. This will bring down temperatures over the next few mornings into the 30s inland which will result in the first frost of the season… perhaps even a freeze nearby.
Saturday morning is the Baltimore Running Festival. The earlier storm threat keeps diminishing, but the risk of some showers remains. That is that only wet player over the next week. Here is a quick look:
Local Weather Stats For October 17 in Baltimore
Average High: 66ºF
Record High: 90ºF in 1938
Average Low: 45ºF
Record Low: 33ºF in 1982
Sunrise: 7:18 AM
Sunset 6:24 PM
*Daylight = 2:27 shorter than yesterday
*Bay Water Temperature = 70ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House
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This shirt was designed by my ‘bonus’ daughter Jaiden. The hoodie has been the biggest hit, so our promotion has been extended until the end of this week. At least $5 per shirt will go to BCRF. You will be entered to win a Maryland SnowStix.
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Friday Morning Lows
Baltimore Running Festival:
This is the only chance for in the next week. At this point I would suggest light showers and mostly a morning thing.
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