Friday September 24
Now that the last cold front has clear the coast, the newest cold air mass is settling in with some chilly temps this morning. Check out the 40s and 50s on the map.
Milestone: Today is the last day of the calendar year with sunset at 7 PM in Baltimore.
Recent Rainfall Map
Official numbers from The National Weather Service shows the last storm was an overachiever. Central Maryland received between 1 and 5 inches of rain, which is why there were so much flash flooding and water rescues.
If You Missed It…
Two reports I shared on Facebook I wanted to post here, just in case you did not see it.
Water Rescue Story
Amazing Colors: Evening Sky On Fire
This weekend will feature Fine Fall Weather with chilly mornings, sunny mild days, and cool evenings. This will give us a chance to dry out
Morning Surface Weather
Temperatures (before sunrise)
The contrast is impressive… From 40s in Western Maryland to upper 70s in central Maryland and Delmarva.
Weather Almanac: Climate Data
TODAY September 24
Normal Low in Baltimore: 56ºF
Record 40ºF in 1983
Normal High in Baltimore: 77ºF
Record 95º F 2010
Hurricane Sam is the headline system in the Atlantic now.
This quickly ramped up to 75 mph in a day after being named. This is very far away but worth tracking for the potential.
Hurricane Sam Forecast – 5 Days
This is expected to become a Major Hurricane this weekend. Max sustained winds will be over 115 mph, and the potential is to reach Category 4 intensity or higher.
The track will be close enough to monitor for the end of next week.
7 Day Forecast
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