Monday March 4 2019
The latest storm is moving out this morning, brining moderate snow to New England. This ended up shifted the snow line about 30 miles north, so parts of central Maryland feel like they missed out, but there are plenty that did get snow and ice that is still around this morning.
Northern counties in Maryland and southern PA have 2 hour school delays this morning. This includes Cecil, Harford, northern Baltimore, and Carroll Counties.
Updated Temperatures at 7 AM
Temperatures are near or below freezing here, so if there are untreated surfaces or wet pavement, there could be some icing through about 8 AM.
See the temperature timeline below. Also the big story this week which will be much colder air on the way. There is a chance for some light snow Friday with a storm that will turn to rain.
Early Snow Report
The snow bands shifted about 30 miles north of my forecast
I will have a full report later today
Temperature Timeline Through Noon
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Turning Really Cold
Afternoon Wind Chill
Local Weather Stats For March 4, 2019 in Baltimore
Average High: 50ºF
Record High: 80ºF in 1923
Average Low: 30ºF
Record Low: 4ºF in 2014
*Record Snow: = 8.2″ in 1909
Sunrise: 6:35 AM
Sunset 6:01 PM
*Daylight = 2:32 longer than yesterday
*Bay Water Temperature = 39ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House
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Wednesday Will Be The Coldest Day
Afternoon Highs: Staying in the 20s
Changes on the way next week. We have one more system to get through on Friday, then back closer to normal temperatures.
End Of Week Storm
The chance for more snow will be Friday. This system is worth watching with the morning timing. That is when we get the most impact in March. But this should turn to rain as it passes by.
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