Saturday November 20
Starting the weekend in a deep freeze. The core of the cold air has settled in with a clear sky and light wind.
More clouds will be returning ahead of the next system from the Great Lakes and Upper Midwest. Morning sun will be fading in the afternoon, keeping the chilly feel all day.
Morning Surface Weather
High Pressure is in control, but an unsettled upper level pattern has plenty of clouds to our west that will be moving in.
The next cold front is still two days away, but it will be the driving force for our weather this weekend.
What to wear?
If you have plans outside, wear layers to stay warm. You might want gloves and a hat this morning, and a warm coat all day.
Weather Almanac: Climate Data
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TODAY November 20
Normal Low in Baltimore: 35ºF
Record 22ºF in 1951
Normal High in Baltimore: 565F
Record 79ºF 1942
In Case You Missed It
The main theme will be reinforcing cold air over the next 10 days. We can see this with a routine of troughs (in blue) following each other into early December.
I am still watching upper level energy that may bring a cluster of flurries. I will focus more on that tomorrow.
Thanksgiving weather is looking uneventful for us. Temperature will be seasonable in the 50s.
Note, Thanksgiving looks quiet and seasonable. The following day will bring in a brief band of rain with the next cold front.
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