Monday October 29 2018
The clipper representing the last part of this stormy weekend is moving to our north and will be pulling away today. Overnight rain fell and and early morning shower on the north side will be gone followed by shifting winds. It will turn gusty and chilly today, but the warm up is around the corner. This early push of cold air will be shifting to a dominant mild pattern into early November, but next weekend will be a bump along the way.
Local Weather Stats For October 29 in Baltimore
Average High: 63ºF
Record High: 82ºF in 1946
Average Low: 41ºF
Record Low: 26ºF in 2001
Sunrise: 7:331 AM
Sunset 6:08 PM
*Daylight = 2:19 shorter than yesterday
*Bay Water Temperature = 60ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House
You can see the Clipper Low circulation as it moves over metro New York.
We start in the upper 40s to lower 50s. The wind shift is noticeable in western Maryland and will build our way by mid day.
Afternoon High Temperatures
Morning Low Temperatures
The next rain event will arrive Friday and Saturday, bring in a cooler weekend
Orange = warmer; Blue = colder
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