Wednesday August 1 2018
We started the month with early morning showers and as a result it feels a bit muggy this morning. She areas once again have fog that will be slow to burn off, but we will get some breaks of sun to help boost temperatures back into the mid 80s. The unstable air will help spark strong storms this afternoon and some may turn severe. The risk of large hail, damaging winds, and an isolated tornado are primarily just west along the mountains. But this needs to be watched between 4 PM and 9 PM.
More showers, mainly in the afternoons over the next few days. There is a sign of some improvement by Sunday with our next all dry day. Next week, the pattern does look less wet, but the heat may return with a chance of reaching the 90s again.
Stats For August 1 in Baltimore
Average High: 87ºF
Record High: 100ºF in 206
Average Low: 67ºF
Record Low: 57ºF in 1895
Sunrise: 6:06 AM
Sunset 8:18 PM
*Daylight = 1:55 shorter than yesterday
*Bay Water Temperature = 78ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House
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Morning Set Up
Some areas of fog and it is quite muggy.
After early morning showers lifted north, the warm and humid weather has been allowed to build back in.
The bulk of the storms will stay west of the city, but need to be watch any time after 4 PM. The worst storms should be in the mountains.
Afternoon High Temperatures
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The next break in the rain risk appears to be on Sunday.
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