Current Conditions: Baltimore, Maryland, 10/21/2021 08:10:03 pm
Temperature

67°

Mostly Clear

50°

Dew Point
Relative Humidity

55%

Feels Like

67°

Wind (S)

3mph

Air Pressure

29.86

Sun
Sun Rise

07:22 AM

Sun Set

06:19 PM

Day Length

10:57 Hours

Difference

2 min 25 sec loss

Moon
Moon Rise

07:04 PM

Moon Set

08:12 AM

Next: Last Quarter

Oct 28,2021

Moon Phase

Waning Gibbous

Climate
Average Low

44°

65°

Average High
Record Low

26°


(1952)

90°


(1947)
Record High
Current Conditions

September 13 Weather Brings Cooler Winds And Tropical Storm Trying To Form

Record Weather
Forecast

Friday September 13 2019

Today is Friday the 13th and we have a Full Moon. Once we get past that, the weather itself will be a dramatic change to just one day ago. On Thursday the high temperature in Baltimore was broken at BWI with 97º (the old mark was 96ºF in 1931). That was the same high mark set on this date in 1952. I was asked about hitting 100ºF in September, and this is what I found in Baltimore records:

  • 101ºF on Sep 7, 1881
  • 100ºF on Sep 9 in 1939
  • 100ºF on Sep 11 in 1983

The latest date we hit 97ºF was on September 25 in 1970

This afternoon an easterly wind will make temperatures 25 to 30 degrees cooler for many. Yes, 60s to near 70ºF.  The weekend will warm back up, but that is when a new tropical storm might form over the Bahamas. More on that below.

Friday September 13 Weather

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Morning Temperatures

It’s already cooler, and not much movement expected on these thermometers today

 

Weather Headlines

  • Today will be 25 to 30 degrees cooler
  • Winds from the east 10 to 20 mph, gusting to 30 mph
  • Weekend will warm back to the 80s
  • Bahamas: Potential Tropical Depression Nine might develop into Tropical Storm Humberto

 

Local Weather Stats:

Friday September 13, 2019 in Baltimore

Average High:  79ºF

Record High: 97ºF in 1952

Average  Low: 59ºF

Record Low:  43ºF in 1967

Sunrise: 6:45 AM

Sunset 7:18 PM  

*Daylight = 2:31 shorter than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 78ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House

 

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This Afternoon

Winds

Temperatures

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Warming Up This Weekend

 

Tropical Outlook

It is labeled as Potential Tropical Depression Nine, since it is not fully organized yet. If it does develop with winds over 39 mph as expected this weekend, it will be called Tropical Storm Humberto.  While the track is similar to Dorian, this should remain weaker and might linger in the southeast US all week.

 

National Hurricane Center Forecast Track

 

Tropical Storm Wind Arrival Time

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Forecast Animation

This shows the storm along the Southeast coast, getting missed by our cold front, then circling back south and then west to Florida.

 

 

 

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