Monday May 6 2019

The good news is that the storm from Sunday has moved away. Today should be nice with only an isolated shower in the afternoon. It’s better to look at this as an 80% chance of a dry. The two main weather stories this week will be later in the week. Friday appears to be wet again and might be the 15th in a row with rain. This weekend features Mother’s Day, and a push of unseasonably cold air could still hold some local frost potential into next week.

Morning Weather Map


Local Weather Stats For May 3, 2019 in Baltimore

Average High:  71ºF

Record High: 92ºF in 1949

Average  Low: 49ºF

Record Low:  40ºF in 2011

                         *Record Snow:  Trace in 1951

Sunrise: 6:02 AM

Sunset 8:04 PM  

*Daylight = 2:06 longer than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 62ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House 


Weather Forecast Below 


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Morning Temperatures


Afternoon Temperatures


Mother’s Day Weekend Rain Animation

  • Friday: Looks wet again
  • Saturday: Dry, cool
  • Sunday: May be some showers, chilly.
  • Sunday night and Monday night: Potential inland frost


Jet Stream Outlook Suggesting Temperatures Turning Cool Again

This outlook through Mother’s Day shows the warm air (orange) retreating and a dominate colder pattern (blue) next weekend. The core of the cold air will reach Mother’s Day and early next week.


Frost Next Week?

The core of the colder air will pass over our region Monday morning. This may bring a window of a few nights with inland areas reaching the 30s.


Temperature Outlook


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