Saturday June 26 2021
A few spotty showers have developed this morning. Radar has indicated a few lines of rain, one near I-95 and metro Baltimore, the other on the Eastern Shore
The showers are moving to the Northeast, but are very narrow. A heavier line is located along the upper Eastern Shore from Centreville to Elkton.
If you miss the rain, you should still get more clouds through mid day to early afternoon.
High Pressure is still controlling our weather with mostly dry conditions. Flooding rain likely to our west with that weather pattern blocked.
The wind shift for us will allow more humidity and eventually more heat over the next week. Starting tomorrow, we should see afternoon temps in the 90s through most of next week.
Noon: Fading line on the Eastern Shore
Late Afternoon: Showers reforming in the mountains.
In case you missed it
Weather Almanac Today:
Climate Data For Baltimore
Normal Low in Baltimore: 64ºF; Record 52ºF in 1986
Normal High in Baltimore: 85ºF, Record 99º F 1954
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