Tracking Storms Today: Radar Simulation For Saturday June 9

Tracking Storms Today: Radar Simulation For Saturday June 9

Saturday June 9 2018

The energy for today’s weather is located in the southern Great Lakes and the upper level flow is pointing in our direction. Storms will be developing in the afternoon and evening, then another round expected overnight. We do get a few dry hours out of the deal, but when storms fire up, there is a marginal risk that one or two could turn severe. We will be watching the development to the north and west then dropping south across the area. Below is a look at the morning radar and the radar simulation for the rest of the day as we track the action.

Stats For June 9 in Baltimore

Note: June 5th was the earliest date on record that Baltimore has broken 100 degrees, back in 1925

Average High:  81ºF

Record High: 100ºF in 2011

Average  Low: 60ºF

Record Low: 45ºF in 1997

Sunrise: 5:39 AM

Sunset 8:32 PM

*Daylight = 0:42 longer than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 71ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House

 

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Radar: 4 Hour loop ending at 11:10 AM

 

 

Radar Simulation —> slider

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