Dense Fog This Morning And Severe Storms Possible Today And Tuesday

Dense Fog This Morning And Severe Storms Possible Today And Tuesday

Monday May 14 2018

A Dense Fog Advisory is in place until 10 AM, but west in the mountains. The visibility reports as of 6 AM show many metro areas inland from the Bay with visibility under 2 miles. That makes it worth while to mention it could slow down your commute.

 

It also means there is plenty of moisture in the air and the nearby stationary front that will ignore more severe storms. The track of the storms this evening will be from the mountains and will dive southeastward.

More Severe Storms

More heat on Tuesday will bring a greater risk of severe storms to our core area.  See more below.

 

 

Stats For May 14 in Baltimore

Average High:  73ºF

Record High: 95ºF in 1956

Average  Low: 51ºF

Record Low: 34ºF in 2013

Sunrise: 5:53 AM

Sunset 8:12 PM

*Daylight = 1:52 longer than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 65ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House

 

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Morning Temperatures

 

Afternoon Highs

 

Radar Simulation —> slider

 

Tuesday

Evening Storms

 

High Temperatures

 

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