June 26 – We will finish out the weekend in fine style for our region with sunshine and comfortable temperatures. In fact we do have a little heat on the way but the pattern will continue to keep it brief. We may hit 90°F on Monday, but that should be it for the next two weeks. A cold front will arrive by evening with a line of storms that could be strong overnight, and lasting Tuesday morning at the beaches. The the main theme will be cool… at least by early summer standards.
The average high temperature for Baltimore today is 86°F, and then gradually increase to the hottest average time of the year with an average high temperature of 88°F during the second week of July. So this outlook from NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center showing below average temperatures should be considered as at least no major heat waves for the east coast.
First, the next cold front. Here is the timeline showing when we expect it to pass. In short, metro areas should expect the chance of storms Monday night, with rain lingering at the beaches Tuesday morning.