Thursday January 2, 2020
Today has been determined to be the sleepiest day of the year. It’s dark, cold, and first day back to work and school for many after the long holiday. This new year may also have you asking, “Where is the snow”?
The storm pattern is on target with another system coming out of the deep south, but the cold air will retreat to give us rain. The back end of this storm could bring us a little snow on Sunday, and there will be another chance next week. The pattern will swing back colder as January progresses. FITF
Thursday January 2, 2020 in Baltimore
Average High: 42ºF
Record High: 71ºF in 1876
Average Low: 25ºF
Record Low: 0ºF in 1968
*Record Snow 7.9″ in 1925
Sunrise: 7:26 AM
Sunset 4:54 PM
*Daylight = 0:41 longer than yesterday
*Bay Water Temperature = 42ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House
*We have almost caught back to balance out the excessive warmth*
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Thursday Evening Rain Arrives
Friday Morning Rain Exits
Friday Evening Rain Phase 2
Saturday Morning Rain Continues
Sunday Morning Snow?
The European Model is showing a coastal Low and cold air catching up to bring a period of snow or at least snow showers early Sunday. The accumulation will be up the coast in New England.
Another Wintry Mix Arrives Tuesday Night
There will be some colder air next week, but it will not be sustainable. The pattern change is farther off in the distance, but the second half of January should be more wintry for us.
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WEATHER WIFE COLLECTION
- Thanks to Shannon (weather wife) for hand picking items ‘she’ wants to wear
- The Yoga Pants have side leg pocket for your phone
- The Hoodie is extra soft and has the important ‘thumb holes’
Winter Outlook Series:
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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