Thursday October 21
If you have been enjoying our slow entrance to fall weather, today may be your last warm day for a long while. Enjoy the mid to upper 70s. Out next cold front will cut temps down tomorrow, then open the pattern for even colder air and rain into next week.
Morning Surface Weather
A storm in the Upper Midwest will spin and pass to our north. But ahead of it we get warmer air on Southwesterly winds. The cold front will bring showers to western Maryland today, and some NW Suburbs tonight. It’s likely to dry out for metro areas.
By tomorrow we get into the colder winds.
Morning Satellite Loop
The circulation can been seen moving through eastern Iowa. This will ‘turn the corner’ and start to move more east then northeast across the lower Great Lakes.
Cool, but milder than recent mornings. You still might need a jacket.
This should be the warmest day of the week, and for a while. Metro areas will reach the upper 70s. Some car and bank thermometers might touch 80ºF.
6 AM To 11 PM – rain mainly west and north of the cities.
Weather Almanac: Climate Data
TODAY October 21
Normal Low in Baltimore: 44ºF
Record 26ºF in 1952
Normal High in Baltimore: 65ºF
Record 90º F 1947
This will not be too gusty, but enough to impact the feel of the air.
The Cold Front arrives overnight Thursday into Friday morning. This will being showers to the mountains, and some may reach our NW hilly suburbs after dark, before falling apart.
The next push of showers will be Saturday afternoon
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