Saturday January 5 2019
Another wet start to the weekend but there is some good news here. The bulk of the rain already passed and what we start the day with is more drizzle, mist, and fog rather than heavy rain. There will be some showers that will return and possibly some moderate rain at times, but it will be spotty. The timeline slider below shows the bulk of the rain will be moving out of our region between 3 PM and 5 PM.
The second part of our weekend looks good. Dry weather for Sunday mens sunshine for the Ravens game. Temperatures will remain mild, but it will be breezy. The really cold air is still locked up to our north, but signs of our pattern flipping mid month are still very real.
Local Weather Stats For January 5, 2019 in Baltimore
Average High: 42ºF
Record High: 69ºF in 1997
Average Low: 25ºF
Record Low: 1ºF in 1877
*Record Snow: 2.8″ in 2003
Sunrise: 7:26 AM
Sunset 4:57 PM
*Daylight = 0:53 longer than yesterday
*Bay Water Temperature = 44ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House
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Morning Set Up
Water Vapor Satellite
Check out the swirl… The Upper Level Low is churning through Virginia and we have the moisture on the back end to deal with today.
Here we can see more rain in the mountains on the back side of the Low. This is why rain is likely to pick back up during the day.
Radar Simulation Timeline —> slider
There will be mist and drizzle that does not show up on radar. But some moderate showers will pass through later this morning and early this afternoon.
This should clear out between 3 PM and 5 PM
Sunday Ravens Game High Temperatures
Storm Animation and Looking Ahead
Wintry Mix (North) Next Week
The next storm will be lead by a band of ice and some snow with the warm front. This is most likely to impact northern areas near and north of the PA. It appears to be light, but the timing in the evening and at night makes this worth watching.
Ironically this is the leading edge of warmer air, but a sharper cool down will follow the storm for the second half of next week.
Snow Day Kit
Our ritual the night before a storm is finally in one kit. Maybe if more Maryland kids had this, the storm would reach us 🙂
- This includes a very soft raglan Tee printed inside out with #FITF AND the check list, #FITF spoon for under your pillow, ice cube tray with snowflake shapes, chalk, a #FITF wrist-band, a mini SnowStix, and a bag to carry it all in.
- The introduction special price will end tonight.
- This will also help us give a free Snow Day Kit to each of the Just In Power Kids.
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