Thursday September 30
As we end the month, something for everyone on this forecast. Temps are cooler, even chilly inland this morning. Planning to dress for Fall weather often means more layers in the morning than the afternoon. Today will be pleasant with sunshine at the end of the day.
This weekend brings us warming, then a slow moving rain maker will settle on us next week and linger for a few days.
Tropics still have Major Hurricane Sam, and new Tropical Storm Victor.
Morning Surface Weather
Weather Almanac: Climate Data
TODAY September 30
Normal Low in Baltimore: 53ºF
Record 40ºF in 2000
Normal High in Baltimore: 74ºF
Record 92º F 1986
Hurricane Sam has winds of 145 mph. It should turn east of Bermuda, but provide them with high water.
Hurricane Sam has winds of 145 mph. This has increased from the last two days, but turning east of Bermuda.
Hurricane Victor has winds of 45 mph, and is no threat to land.
Looking Ahead: Sunday to Wednesday
As often is the case with an approaching weather system after many dry days… This next event will hold off another day.
Sunday looks dry and warmer… However, next week will turn wet with Monday showers, then rain and thunderstorms likely Tuesday and Wednesday.
7 Day Forecast
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