Tuesday October 12
It’s still there. That Low Pressure off of the coast is not strong, but strong enough to help that easterly flow holding our clouds in place. The result will bring in some spotty drizzle and showers while holding temps down.
Tomorrow High Pressure will take full control, allowing the sun to pop out and temps to pop up. A few very warm days on the way, then a return to Fall this weekend.
Morning Surface Weather
Surface winds just enough from the Atlantic to hold clouds in place. This will keep drizzle and some showers around today.
The best chance for a ‘spritz’ will be around the Bay and across Delmarva.
We still have the humid, late summer feel to the air.
Note: Our local ‘Offical’ recording station at BWI tends to be warmer than models and surroundings.
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TODAY October 12
Normal Low in Baltimore: 47ºF
Record 29ºF in 1964
Normal High in Baltimore: 69ºF
Record 89º F 1954
Looking Ahead: Storm Animation
Temps will jump with sunshine over the next few days. Highs reach into the 80s, and we may challenge a record high on Friday at BWI.
Saturday brings in a cold front, with a line of storms during the afternoon. This will be followed by the most dramatic cool down of the seasons so far…
7 Day Forecast
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