Saturday June 13 2020
The entire region starts today with cooler air and lower humidity. This is the result of a Canadian air mass, with will also help to develop a cut off Low in the jet stream. That is what was expected to leave us with a chance of rain every day next week.
The weather pattern will stall, but in a different spot. So we will get repeating weather, just a different kind of weather to repeat.
That pattern will develop, but end up a little farther south. The result actually brings us wonderful weather with the heavy rain farther south. The computer modeling has been poor, so the suggestion is still in question. But now it looks like we may hold off our next threat of rain until the the second half of the week at the earliest.
Morning Satellite Loop
Morning Surface Set Up
Climate Report Today
Record Rainfall set in Baltimore at BWI
See the Weather Observations and Climate Report from this morning for more info about:
🌡 Climate data today
🗺 Weather Map
☀️ Sunrise and sunset times
🌙 Moon phase
This shows the cut off Low (in blue), stalling to our south (in South Carolina). We will have cooler than average temperatures, but the rain set up should stay to our south for the next 3 or more days.
This is less reliable. I hesitated to show this to you since the modeling just a day or two again had us with a lot more rain. But here we see the chance for that rain to push back north… at least with an increased chance of showers late Wednesday into next weekend.