November 13 2019
The record cold that has gripped the nation made it’s mark on Baltimore this morning. It felt like January, or November 13, 1911. This was impressive considering that it was colder than model forecasts had suggested. Also because the BWI Marshall Airport location that has been running warmer than surrounding weather stations and likely needs to be adjusted or moved to a new spot away form the runways.
22ºF at 6:45 AM
The low temperature tied the record set in 1911, 108 years ago.
37ºF is the ‘average’ low for this date. Making this 15 degrees below average.
38ºF was the high temperature today. That is 1 degree above the normal low AND 20 degrees below the average high temperature of 58ºF.
See The Snow Cams Again: McHenry, MD at Deep Creek Lake and Wisp Ski Resort
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NEW FITF GEAR THIS YEAR
- Thanks to Shannon (weather wife) who wanted to bring these hats to life. *Mustard is her favorite color
- The Maryland Hoodie is high quality and a new way to show off our love of Snow and State.
- The T-shirt… Something you may find familiar. Why just a T? Because many schools I visit have the heat on high for faculty and staff. But you can put a long sleeve underneath for cool look. I will have wifey model these soon 🙂
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Winter Outlook Posts
See the maps for when we normally expect the first frost in this link.
Baltimore Weather At BWI May Not Be As Hot As Reported
Construction at the airport close to the weather station may be added artificial heat. Click here or the image for the details.
Atmospheric Memory Shaped The US East Coast
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