Saturday April 10 2021
The strong storm that erupted across central Maryland Friday afternoon was a bit of a surprise. In addition to producing hail and followed by double rainbows, it saturated the air.
Many areas start the morning with fog, mist, or just a blanket of low clouds. Some breaks of sun possible today, then we watch for two bands of rain. First, overnight, then a line of strong storms Sunday afternoon. Those storms will be fed by a warmer and more humid day tomorrow.
Morning Surface Weather
The foggy areas are mainly where the cluster of storms passed. But large blanket of clouds along with cool air covers most of the region.
Strong to severe storms will pound the southeast US., but the complex frontal boundary will expand the rain and storms our way tonight and later on Sunday.
Morning Satellite Loop
Look closely here at sunrise… It is sunny on the corners in Western Maryland and down by The Beaches.
Normal Low in Baltimore: 41ºF; Record 22ºF in 1985
Normal High in Baltimore: 63ºF, Record 91ºF 2013
8 PM Sat to 8 AM Mon
Sunshine Sate Of Mind
I am done with the cold and snow (for the season). I am embracing my wife’s mantra of Sunshine State of Mind.
This was designed by Shannon Berk and we will be wearing it through spring and to the beach.
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Sunday Rain Timeline —-> slider
It will feel warmer and more humid.
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