Tuesday April 9 2019

If you were in the path of one of the strong or severe storms yesterday, there may be some fog this morning. You may also have a chance for another shower later today, but it will be less intense. The main story this morning is that it still feels very warm, and you will notice it when you step outside.

 

Evening Showers

There is a cold front that will be passing this evening. The band of showers that will develop will be scattered as it drops out of Pennsylvania between 2 and 5 PM. Then it will gain more traction, perhaps near Baltimore around 6 PM. Then on Maryland’s Eastern Shore between 7 and 9 PM. See the timeline slider below. Behind this the temperatures will be cooler as we dry out Wednesday and Thursday.

Weekend will have rain on the bookends. We could have some thunderstorms Friday afternoon, then a larger storm Sunday evening into Monday. See the maps below.

Local Weather Stats For April 9, 2019 in Baltimore

Average High:  62ºF

Record High: 89ºF in 1959

Average  Low: 41ºF

Record Low:  26ºF in 2007

                         *Record Snow:  = 3.0″ in 1917

Sunrise: 6:38 AM

Sunset 7:37 PM  

*Daylight = 2:30 longer than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 52ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House 

 

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High Temperatures Today

 

Rain Timeline —> slider

 

Wednesday Temperatures

 

 

Wednesday Blizzard

While we are definitely in Spring, a new strong storm will be raging on the northern Rockies and northern Plains.

 

Blizzard conditions are likely as well as the media reports overplaying the ‘bomb cyclone’ story. For what it’s worth, Dr. Ryan Maue has plotted the number of Bomb Cyclones since 1980.  The cycle of activity shows there has been no discernible increase in numbers, just reporting on them.

 

Weekend Rain?

The outlook shows a chance for thunderstorms on Friday evening, then a larger storm for us Sunday evening into Monday.

 

Temperature Outlook 

This model is a little cooler today, but the trend for lower 60s Wednesday and Thursday is supported by most model guidance. This weekend will warm again, then a larger cool down potentially next week.

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