Tuesday April 30 2019

Severe Storms Today

An outbreak of severe storms today will be across the southern plains states. There will be enough energy with a cluster of late day showers to possibly develop into isolated severe storms. This is plotted below in a radar simulation. But main energy appears to be between Washington and Baltimore.

 

The weather map this morning shows a weather pattern with a front draped right on over our region. This will wonder north and south for a few days and be a focus for developing showers. The net result will be one chilly day, the warm air train to fight back, and periods of rain that will grow more intense into the weekend.

 

 

Local Weather Stats For April 30, 2019 in Baltimore

Average High:  70ºF

Record High: 92ºF in 2010

Average  Low: 47ºF

Record Low:  32ºF in 1961

                         *Record Snow:  None

Sunrise: 6:09 AM

Sunset 7:58 PM  

*Daylight = 2:14 longer than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 59ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House 

 

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Morning Set Up

Temperatures

A mild start in the 50s for most. Some upper 40s west of Westminster.

High Temperatures Today

 

Radar Simulation —> slider

 

Big Changes Next Two Days

High Temperatures Wednesday

 

 

High Temperatures Thursday

 

Rain Outlook Through Sunday

Notice the risk of rain each day, with more pronounced widespread rain over the weekend.

 

 

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