Thursday November 18
The weather patterns are arriving faster (a theme to consider into the winter). This means after a warm day, the rain and some storms may arrive in western areas before dark, and most of us get it this evening. But also, most of us will begin to clear out around midnight.
The Lunar Eclipse early Friday morning should be viewable in most areas. More on that below.
Morning Surface Weather
This morning is relatively mild with an area of thick fog in northeastern Maryland. But warmer air is streaming in, and we will get up to the 70s in many areas today.
The cold front will bring in rain later today and this evening. It will take until Friday morning to clear the Lower Eastern Shore.
What to wear?
This morning a jacket, this afternoon a T-shirt, then umbrella or rain coat this evening. If you have after school sports, the rain may reach you, especially west of Baltimore.
Radar Simulation —> slider
Lunar Eclipse Viewing
Weather Almanac: Climate Data
TODAY November 18
Normal Low in Baltimore: 36ºF
Record 20ºF in 1959
Normal High in Baltimore: 56ºF
Record 78ºF 1938
Wind Forecast Animation
Thursday Morning To Friday
Notice the wind shift from the Southwest to Northwest. This will remain strong and bring in colder air Friday. Winds may gust 30 to 40 mph.
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