Saturday March 7 2020
A dramatic storm off of the coast continues to move away this morning. This was responsible for the snow mix yesterday and overnight. It produced a few inches of snow in eastern New England and winds gusting over 60 mph on Cape Cod. While clouds are lingering this morning, clearing sky should spread our way this afternoon. Then the warm up begins.
- Tonight starts Daylight Saving Time. Turn your clocks forward 1 hour before you go to sleep. *Also change the batteries in your smoke detectors.
- Sunday sunset will be in the 7 PM hour.
- Monday temps get close to 70ºF.
- Tuesday begins an active weather pattern with rain likely a few days next week. (No snow in sight and it might be time to ‘call it’)
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Saturday March 7, 2020 in Baltimore
Average High: 51ºF
Record High: 76ºF in 1974
Average Low: 31ºF
Record Low: 6ºF in 2015
*Record Snow 10.0″ in 1941
Sunrise: 6:29 AM (7:27 AM tomorrow)
Sunset 6:05 PM (7:06 PM tomorrow)
*Daylight = 2:34 longer than yesterday
*Bay Water Temperature = 43ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House
Spring warm ups really show off how unique our area is. The water temperature on the Chesapeake Bay is in the 40s. The result in the afternoon:
- Shoreline areas will stay in the 50s
- Inland (a few miles away) may reach 70ºF
Starting Tuesday, multiple systems will be spreading periods of rain through next weekend. Not all a washout, but there will be a chance of rain almost each day into next weekend.
Baltimore history of snowless February(s) and winters when March brought the most snow:
Click here to see more: March Snow After Winter Has Been Slow
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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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