Saturday April 27 2019
The eruption of severe storms yesterday is already gone, and we do have another storm on the way that might be more interesting. Our weekend starts off cooler and dry, but we have a Wind Advisory in place west of the Chesapeake Bay and Susquehanna River in PA. Winds will be strongest this morning and could gust up to 50 mph. But the next storm we need to touch on will bring heavy snow to the Great Lakes states today and into northern PA and central New York Sunday morning.
Wind Advisory Today
Local Weather Stats For April 27, 2019 in Baltimore
Average High: 69ºF
Record High: 92ºF in 1994
Average Low: 46ºF
Record Low: 35ºF in 2001
*Record Snow: None
Sunrise: 6:13 AM
Sunset 7:55 PM
*Daylight = 2:17 longer than yesterday
*Bay Water Temperature = 60ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House
Keep In Touch Every Day
Just in case you don’t get all posts on your social media feed, stay up to date with the latest info…
Click here to sign up for email alerts…. Be the first to hear any new weather.
Maryland Trek 6
Our look got an upgrade, but we have the same purpose. Please click the logo take a look at our new page.
- Consider joining our team for the week, a single day, or even as a sponsor.
Buchanan Kia of Westminster is a supporter of Just In Power Kids and Maryland Trek 6 in August 2019.
Morning Set Up
It’s windy for us between the departing storm and the new one heading to the Great Lakes. That storm will bring us rain tonight and Sunday. But scroll down to see the snow impact to our north.
Late Season Winter Storm
A Winter Storm Warning is in place around Chicago where up to 6 inches of snow may fall. This may be the latest snow storm on record for the city…
Faith in the late April Flakes
Here is the GFS Model snow forecast showing the impact of snow into Northern PA and central NY. This is one of many models with a variety of accumulation expected. Due to the warm ground, this should not be a road issue, but very impressive. For the record, I was working in Binghamton, NY when a late season snow storm brought 3 to 5 inches to the northern Poconos on Mother’s Day Weekend in 1996. It does happen sometimes.
Our Weather: Windy Today, Rain Tonight
The strongest winds will be this morning. I have a comparison of the steady wind and top wind gust forecast maps here.
Winds 25 mph, gusting up to 50 mph
Winds 20 mph, gusting up to 40 mph
Overnight Rain Should End Sunday Morning
Sunday Afternoon Thunderstorm?
Rainy Pattern Again?
This will not be a washout, but we do have a chance for showers almost every day next week. There will be increasing chance of rain again next Thursday and Friday