Friday March 8 2019
Timing is everything with snow in March and this event will be arriving later. This will allow the ground and air to warm enough so that that should not be much more than ambience. In fact, the slight delay in the arrival may mean more rain mixing in for central Maryland… But there is still some snow expected and it will last into the evening.
This was never expected to be an impact event. It was expected to the first in two, with the second round over the weekend bringing rain and warmer temps. Here’s a quick look:
- It really is 10ºF in York with most of southern PA in the teens. It’s a different climate there as 3 to 5 inches of snow is still on the ground.
- Much of central Maryland is starting in the mid 20s.
Local Weather Stats For March 8, 2019 in Baltimore
Average High: 51ºF
Record High: 83ºF in 2000
Average Low: 31ºF
Record Low: 10ºF in 1960
*Record Snow: = 6.9″ in 1934
Sunrise: 6:29 AM
Sunset 6:06 PM
*Daylight = 2:34 longer than yesterday
*Bay Water Temperature = 38ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House
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- blue = snow
- green = rain
- More snow will spread back in during the evening
- Temperatures should remain above freezing… even this evening.
Rain develops Saturday night and ends mid day Sunday. There is a chance to squeeze out a few decent, mild hours on Sunday afternoon.
There will be a few days warming up with passing storms… It is at least a signal that spring is trying to transition in. It will take a little more time.
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