Wednesday November 7 2018
Storms continue to overachieve in Maryland with rainfall records in Baltimore now pushing close to the all time wettest year. Another storm this week will add to that total and then mark the first taste of winter. Temperatures this weekend will be much colder, but before you think about it… the snow should be confined to the mountains. Another Nor’easter next week will be a reminder of Atmospheric Memory and reinforce the cold air.
Local Weather Stats For November 7 in Baltimore
Average High: 60ºF
Record High: 77ºF in 1975; 1938
Average Low: 39ºF
Record Low: 22ºF in 1962
Sunrise: 6:41 AM
Sunset 4:58 PM
*Daylight = 2:09 shorter than yesterday
*Bay Water Temperature = 58ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House
Rank 3rd Wettest Year
We could get the 2nd spot by next week
Hint: Temperatures this morning are warmer for most of us than we will be in the afternoons this weekend.
After a sunny morning, we should mix in more clouds after noon…
Next Storm: Another Wet Friday
Rain moves in late morning and will be heavy by mid day. It should end by Saturday morning. Another pattern that keeps repeating itself.
Chilly Temperatures With The Rain
Rain Potential – It should end by Saturday Morning
This time the focus of heavy rain will be north and west of Baltimore/Washington.
Next Storm: Tuesday
This is a reminder of the Atmospheric Memory Pattern
Outlook: Winter Pattern
The jet stream shows the dominant flow of colder air with next week’s storms. Look at that blue, showing the trough and unsettled chilly air. That may be the first chance for at least flurries locally.
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