Monday March 11 2019
The good news is that the clouds finally broke. That stubborn overcast on Sunday is what kept many of us from reaching the potential 60s. But the late sun was a signal that things were changing. Today will be seasonably mild and then we have a few chilly days, but it will be dry most of the week. The next storm will bring rain Thursday night and Friday, along with our next chance to hit the 60s.
If you think we have not had a break since our record wettest year ended, you are correct. Rainfall at BWI for the year is 1.80″ above average. We are 1.59″ above last year. There is no reason to think we will continue on this pace, but very good cause to want time to dry out. We will get some of that… and we should have a dry weekend ahead.
Local Weather Stats For March 11, 2019 in Baltimore
Average High: 52ºF
Record High: 75ºF in 1967
Average Low: 32ºF
Record Low: 6ºF in 1960
*Record Snow: = 6.0″ in 1896
Sunrise @ 7:25 AM
Sunset @ 7:10 PM
*Daylight = 2:34 longer than yesterday
*Bay Water Temperature = 39ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House
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Most of the region has warmed a little. We range from the mid 30s in a few colder spots, t most mid 40s and 50s.
Temperatures should hold in the lower 50s this afternoon. It will be breezy but we should see more sunshine.
Next Storm: Thursday Night/Friday
Most of this week should be dry. But rain will arrive Thursday night and likely stay wet Friday. Then we dry out as we cool down again next weekend.
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