Thursday November 5 2020
The weather pattern will relax for us allowing dry and warm weather. So the forecast will be easy for a while, with the main focus on temperatures. Mornings will be chilly, then afternoons will be warm. Dress in layers, but remember that the sun sets close to 5 PM. The warmest time of each day will be between 2 and 3 PM.
I will also be working on the final pieces of my winter outlook and will share them with you along the way.
Morning Set Up
High Pressure is in control and the winds from the west/southwest will bring in warmer air. One thing to keep in mind is that computer models often underplay the potential warming. As nice as it may look on the forecast, it may end up warmer.
Climate Data Today For Baltimore
Normal: 39ºF; Record 24ºF in 1998
Normal: 61ºF; Record: 83ºF in 1961
Sunrise: 6:39 AM
Sunset: 5:01 PM
Loss of 2:10 from yesterday
With the warm air and longer nights, we may end up with areas of low clouds or fog in the morning.
Forecast Snapshot: Central Maryland
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My previous report addressed the pattern for us and developing stormy weather for the western US. This may be a signal of what’s to come for us before Thanksgiving. Click the image for a full look.
14 Local Maryland Pages (and York PA)
We have made a page for Maryland Weather which gives you the current conditions for 14 present area locations.
Maryland Weather Page
I wanted to keep it simple. Just the basics for a quick view at any time.
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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.
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