Saturday September 25
Crisp morning with patch fog, sunshine with quick afternoon warm up, then quick cooling in the evenings. That is the standard Fall pattern we are in this weekend.
It’s important to note that sunset for Baltimore today will be at 6:58 PM. If you have late day plans outside, it will start getting chilly soon after 5 PM as the sun gets low.
We have one day with T’storms next week, but also watching Major Hurricane Sam fro steering currents off of the East Coast next weekend.
Morning Surface Weather
High Pressure is in control. High thin clouds may mix in today, but that cold front in the Mid West will not reach us this weekend.
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Weather Almanac: Climate Data
TODAY September 25
Normal Low in Baltimore: 55ºF
Record 35ºF in 1963
Normal High in Baltimore: 76ºF
Record 97º F 1970
Next Cold Front: Tuesday T’storms
Current activity from The National Hurricane Center
Tropical Storm Teresa: North of Bermuda
Hurricane Sam: A Major storm in the open Atlantic for the next 5 days.
Forecast plots from the National Hurricane Center for the next 5 days.
Snapshot: Saturday October 2
Hurricane Sam appears to be well off the US coast, and making the turn north…
The steering currents appear to direct ‘Sam’ off of the East Coast. But this depends on the timing of the next Trough located over four region next weekend.
If we get that, it will protect us. But we need to watch these upper level patterns for any adjustment in timing and location that could point Sam…
7 Day Forecast
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