Thursday May 28 2020
You will definitely notice the muggy feel in the air. The remnant Low of Tropical Storm Bertha is moving into Ohio, but dragging very humid air our way. Scattered showers and storms today can pop at any time, so the modeling may not do the best job.
The big hit may come Friday ahead of the next cold front. I suspect we may see the sun to push our temps into the upper 80s, which would result in more energy to support severe storms. That is likely to be an evening event and could bring damaging wind, large hail, and isolated tornadoes. If we get that out of the way, Saturday may end up clearing sooner and then we end up with a pleasant set up for Sunday.
We will continue to watch develop to our south for what may roll our way today.
More activity has been seen over the southern Chesapeake Bay this morning.
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Reminder: This is NOT perfect. It is the best guide for the potential development. I am using the newer HRRR v4 which has identified a round of strong storms mid afternoon for metro areas.
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Climate Report Today
To date, this is still the second coldest May on record in Baltimore.
See the Weather Collection Lab from this morning for more info about:
📋 Observations yesterday
🌡 Climate Today
🗺 Weather Map
☀️ Sunrise and Sunset Times
🌙 Moon Phase
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