Thursday October 7
This morning we have already seen a change. Most of the metro areas is dry, compared to the fog the last few days.
Today will bring out breaks of sun and push temps a little higher.
This weekend brings back showers Saturday and possibly rain on Sunday. We are tracking Low pressure off of the Southeast US that will try to roll up the coast our way.
Morning Surface Weather
High Pressure has carved out dry air across the Northeast, and we get on the edge of it. We will not completely clear out, but we should get some breaks of the clouds as the rain gets pushed back west.
On the bottom right of the image is the Low Pressure we will be tracking up the coast this weekend.
Note: Our local Offical recording station at BWI tends to be warmer than models and surroundings.
My 7-Day forecast below is based on this location… So temps for most locations will be a little cooler.
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Weather Almanac: Climate Data
TODAY October 7
Normal Low in Baltimore: 49ºF
Record 35ºF in 2001
Normal High in Baltimore: 70ºF
Record 96º F 1941
This snapshot shows Sunday morning on the ECMWF Model with Low Pressure pushing up the coast into lower Delmarva.
Should this verify, it would increase the moisture flow from the southeast and bring in bands of steady rain.
Saturday morning to Sunday evening
7 Day Forecast
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