Sunday October 28
That Nor’easter really stirred up the atmosphere and it is not done with us yet. Another round of showers moved through overnight and this morning, mostly near and north of Baltimore. The day ahead should bring dry weather with a few breaks of sun again, but another round of rain moves in this evening. Then a pattern shift wil warm us through Halloween. After another end of week storm, early November looks warmer.
Local Weather Stats For October 28 in Baltimore
Average High: 63ºF
Record High: 87ºF in 1919
Average Low: 41ºF
Record Low: 27ºF in 1976
Sunrise: 7:29 AM
Sunset 6:09 PM
*Daylight = 2:20 shorter than yesterday
*Bay Water Temperature = 60ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House
Still some left over showers north of Baltimore
The swirl in the upper left over Minnesota and Wisconsin is the clipper that will bring us rain tonight.
High Temperatures Today
Most of today will be mostly cloudy with a few breaks of sun. Temps make it into the upper 50s. The next round of rain should hold off until evening.
Radar Simulation This Evening —> slider
Rain Animation Tonight into Monday
The Jet Stream will shift to a warmer pattern mid week. After another end of week storm, that will bring us cooler weather next weekend, temperatures will warm again early for the first full week of November
Animation: End of week storm
Thursday afternoon through Saturday morning…
Warming back up next week
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