Some Showers As We Cool Down And Wait For Storm Assessment

Some Showers As We Cool Down And Wait For Storm Assessment

Tuesday June 19 2018

The storm that blew through Monday afternoon was responsible for many downed trees and knocking out power to over 20,000 people at one point. This cell tracked through Sykesville where a large tree down on College Road started the activity. Locals insist it was a tornado, while initially it appears to just be straight lined winds (which can gust over 80 mph). Here is a look at Doppler Radar at that time. The left shows the standard Doppler return. The right is the velocity scan, which does hint that there may have been brief rotation.

This cell moved across Old Court Rd in Pikesville and parts of Towson to the east with more downed trees. If the National Weather Service investigates, it will be today.

Here’s the radar animation

Weather Today:

There will be more showers, but a drop in the heat.

Stats For June 19 in Baltimore

Note: Monday’s High Temp was 94ºF, not the record. 

Average High:  84ºF

Record High: 99ºF in 1994

Average  Low: 63ºF

Record Low: 48ºF in 1954

Sunrise: 5:39 AM

Sunset 8:35 PM

*Daylight = 0:06 longer than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 75ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House

 

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Satellite

 

Morning Set Up

Radar Simulation —> slider

 

High Temperatures

 

Weather Outlook

Next round of rain and storms will be Saturday

 

Temperature Outlook

 

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