Wednesday January 23 2019
It is still cold this morning, but the storm on the way will be pushing in warmer air just in time for rain. Temperatures today will continue to warm up through midnight and even into Thursday morning. This will come with rain that will be so heavy Thursday morning, a Flood Watch has been issued for our central region. Included in this event might be a band of thunderstorms.
Below is a quick look at the temperatures and rain timeline. There may be some sleet at the start with some stray early showers, but the wintry weather will be north of Harrisburg. Once again, colder air will follow this storm. There are a few chances for snow next week, but I would hold off on declaring any events or labeling a storm at this time.
Anniversary: Today marks the largest snowstorm of all time in Baltimore. The calendar date had 25.5 inches of snow at BWI. I will have a look back posted during the day.
Baltimore at 6 AM
- Temperature = 29ºF
- Wind Gusts: S 6
- Wind Chill = 23ºF
Local Weather Stats For January 23, 2019 in Baltimore
Average High: 41ºF
Record High: 73ºF in 1967
Average Low: 24ºF
Record Low: 0ºF in 1936
*Record Snow: 25.5* in 2016
Sunrise: 7:20 AM
Sunset 5:16 PM
*Daylight = 1:44 longer than yesterday
*Bay Water Temperature = 36ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House
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Morning Set Up
Notice the warmer air
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The strong line with potential thunder has slowed a little. It may hold off until the end of the morning commute for Baltimore
Rain Total Forecast
The next two systems will come with colder air. We will watch for snow showers on Sunday and then perhaps a little more impact on Tuesday into Wednesday
Outlook: Jet Stream
Winter is still here and has more to give us. Our luck is likely to change. FITF
We will be dominated by cold air (blue) pattens into February. There will be plenty of supply, but like above, no guarantee of storms at this time. I expect it will be active and worth watching for our winter prime time show.
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