Tuesday April 2 2019

Temperatures are down around freezing this morning, but clouds will be increasing as a strong coastal storm will be close enough to bring us rain. It is cold enough this morning for snow in the North Carolina mountains, but that is not something we need to be concerned with in our forecast. Just something interesting to note.

 

Satellite Loop

This is an impressive looking storm and it will intensify quickly off of the coast tonight and tomorrow. It will be close enough for us to get clipped this evening.

The best chance for rain will be after 3 PM and lasting into the evening. The heavier rain will be south and east of Baltimore where the lower Eastern Shore will be quite soggy this evening. See the radar simulation below.

After the storm, Wednesday will be windy, then we warm for the Orioles opener, but wet again Friday. Next weekend is looking mostly dry and warmer with rain by Sunday evening.

 

 

Local Weather Stats For April 2, 2019 in Baltimore

Average High:  60ºF

Record High: 88ºF in 1963

Average  Low: 39ºF

Record Low:  23ºF in 1907

                         *Record Snow:  = Trace in 1992

Sunrise: 6:49 AM

Sunset 7:31 PM  

*Daylight = 2:34 longer than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 47ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House 

 

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Morning Temperatures

 

Radar Simulation —> slider

 

High Temperatures

 

Looking Ahead: Rain Animation

  • Friday: Rain
  • Saturday: Dry and warming to the 60s
  • Sunday: Warm 60s, late day showers
  • Monday and Tuesday: Rain

 

Temperature Outlook

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