Cold And Calmer Winds Today Snow Returns By Friday Morning

Cold And Calmer Winds Today Snow Returns By Friday Morning

Tuesday February 26 2019

The wind storm is over and cold air is left behind. There will be a breeze today average 10 mph, which will seem more calm and quiet. But cold air has settled back in and there will be slight wind chills to remind us it is still winter.

We are far from done with the snow. In fact the weather map today looks split with snow to the north and rain to the south, but the pattern will link up and line up for us to get snow by Friday morning. It looks like there may be a few more chances of snow through next week.

 

 

Local Weather Stats For February 26, 2019 in Baltimore

Average High:  48ºF

Record High: 74ºF in 1932

Average  Low: 22ºF

Record Low:  2ºF in 1904

                         *Record Snow:  = 3.0″ in 1993

Sunrise: 6:43 AM

Sunset 5:55 PM 

*Daylight = 2:30 longer than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 38ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House 

 

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Morning Set Up

Water Vapor Satellite Loop

We can expect a mix of clouds and sun today. The split slow keeps snow across the Great Lakes and some rain in the south. These two tracks will link up for us at the end of the week. 

 

Temperatures at 6 AM

 

 

Afternoon Temperatures

 

 

 

Active Weather Pattern

The American GFS Model shows snow Friday morning, rain Saturday, then snow again Tuesday next week. Just for argument sake, the European Model actually shows the second rounds of snow on Saturday closer and multiple snow chances next week.

 

Friday Morning Snapshots

GFS Model

Light Snow: Less than 1 inch

 

European Model

Steady Snow: Total up to 2 inches

 

Canadian Model

Freezing Line North of Baltimore: Total snow between 1 and 3 inches.

Notes:

The Friday morning event will be a minor one, but timing might be enough for some school impact with delays.

Next week: I have seen multiple solutions with one or a few more hits of snow. It is to early to lock down, but a very high chance that the first two weeks of March will be much colder than average. I will have more on this in my afternoon update.

 

Temperature Outlook

 

 

 

 

 

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