November 17 2018
We are in a cold pattern that may feel like winter as much as it looks. The long range trend does support more long duration cold events and snow in December. But until then we have some holiday week weather that will be a little interesting. This weekend will be dry and eventually erode away the clouds on the north end. One little system of interest after midnight Monday into Tuesday. Then very cold air for Thanksgiving Day.
Extremes breed extremes. So after the record early snow and cold, there will be a big bounce to end the Thanksgiving Weekend. Wait until you see the numbers below. Here is a quick look.
As always, links to related recent articles and all the snow stuff at the bottom of each post.
Local Weather Stats For November 17 in Baltimore
Average High: 56ºF
Record High: 75ºF in 1928
Average Low: 36ºF
Record Low: 20ºF in 1996
*Record Snow: 1″ in 1935
Sunrise: 6:52 AM
Sunset 4:50 PM
*Daylight = 1:50 shorter than yesterday
*Bay Water Temperature = 51ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House
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We are on the edge of clouds under this ‘dirty High’. So even with some sun trying to peak through, it will be filtered with plenty of clouds today.
The storm in the central US will only send clouds our way today.
Early Week Question
An Upper Level disturbance will pass through Overnight Monday into Tuesday Morning.
The Euro shows rain, but colder air aloft might allow for some mixing.
NWS has indicated these areas with a 25% to 50% chance of something frozen falling and sticking
But, temperatures are expected to be above freezing. The only reason it’s worth mentioning s because it will be in the middle of the night
The GFS Model has this ‘thing’ not reaching beyond the mountains… It also shows a DRY THANKSGIVING.
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