Sunday June 27 2021
Heat waves are a staple of the summer in the Mid Atlantic US. This one may be considered our first of the season, and it arriving a little late. Simply put, high temperatures will be in the 90s for the next 5 days.
Water Vapor Satellite Loop
The most notable feature here is at the bottom of the view. That circulation heading towards the Southeast US coast looks impressive. But the National Hurricane Center only gives it a 20% chance for development. However, that might get caught the larger pattern and play a role in our storms later in the week ahead.
While our humidity will increase, along with discomfort and pollution levels, not all days will spark storms. It also get’s harder to challenge records, compared to all the other heat waves of the past.
Below I have a simple comparison of record highs for Baltimore and the outlook for the week ahead.
Weather Almanac Today:
Climate Data For Baltimore
Normal Low in Baltimore: 64ºF; Record 50ºF in 1979
Normal High in Baltimore: 85ºF, Record 100º F 2010
Chance for rain wil be spotty, but increase along with a severe storm risk Thursday and Friday.
Record Highs (Baltimore)
- June 28 (Monday) 99ºF in 2010
- June 29 (Tuesday) 105ºF in 1934
- June 30 (Wednesday) 100ºF in 1959
- July 1 (Thursday) 103ºF in 1901
- July 2 (Friday) 103ºF in 1901
7 Day Forecast
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Sunshine State Of Mind
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