Wednesday February 5 2020
Today marks 10 years since the epic two snowstorms Baltimore received in a 5 day span. It was February 5 -10 2010 when 50 inches of snow fell in the region. This winter and our current pattern is quite a different story. It illustrate it, snow is falling in western Texas and we are getting ready for 2 to 4 inches of rain through Friday.
Bring your coat today as temps will be ‘dropping’. The 30s are already in northern Maryland and southern PA. The 50s in Central Maryland will be replaced by the 30s during the day.
Temperatures will swing wildly, starting with a drop into the 30s today. Rain showers this morning, then a break and return of rain this evening. The cold air might lead to patchy ice between Westminster and York. But Thursday will be mostly rain. Heavy rain through Friday morning could lead to some flooding, only to be followed by some heavy snow in the mountains of Western Maryland.
- Today: Turning Colder. Rain Showers
- Tonight: Rain returns, some ice between Westminster and York
- Thursday: Heavy Rain
- Friday: Rain Ends Mid Day
- –> Sunday: Possible Snow Showers
Wednesday February 5, 2020 in Baltimore
Average High: 43ºF
Record High: 73ºF in 1991
Average Low: 25ºF
Record Low: -1ºF in 1996
*Record Snow 9.0″ in 2010
Sunrise: 7:10 AM
Sunset 5:31 PM
*Daylight = 2:10 longer than yesterday
*Bay Water Temperature = 43ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House
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Turning Colder Today
Noon: Dropping into the 30s (Southern Maryland into the 40s)
Tonight: Near Freezing across the Maryland and Pennsylvania line
‘Precipitation’ Returns This Evening
Brief icing tonight between northern Maryland and Southern Pennsylvania.
Temps will slowly warm back up in the morning.
We should be back to just a cold rain
NAM 3 KM Model keeps the colder 30 in place while the 60s reach the Lower Eastern Shore.
GFS Model brings the warmer 50s back into metro Baltimore.
Steady rain will be heavy at times. Some local flooding possible.
Hey rain continues. Some thunderstorms possible across the lower Eastern Shore and beaches.
Heavy rain will continue in the morning. Moderate to heavy snow will return to the mountains in Western Maryland.
Snow may reach up to the mountains near I-81 into central PA. The cold front could provide a brief rain squall or rumbles of thunder early in the afternoon.
Snow showers still on the table early Sunday morning. This does not look to amount to much.
Where is the cold air? It does not appear to be around next week.
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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’
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See the maps for when we normally expect the first frost in this link.
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