Conditions: Baltimore, Maryland, 05/23/2022 02:20:03 am
Temperature

69°

Partly Cloudy

66°

Dew Point
Relative Humidity

90%

Feels Like

69°

Wind (WNW)

5mph

Air Pressure

30.09

Sun
Sun Rise

05:46 AM

Sun Set

08:19 PM

Day Length

14:33 Hours

Difference

1 min 32 sec gain

Moon
Moon Rise

02:35 AM

Moon Set

01:37 PM

Next: New Moon

May 30,2022

Moon Phase

Waning Crescent

Climate
Average Low

54°

76°

Average High
Record Low

39°


(1961)

98°


(1925)
Record High
Current Conditions

Saturday Rain And Storm Updated Timelines May 14

Coastal Storm
Forecast

May 14 2022

Late Morning Update

The situation today is all about that old storm from last week. It has taken a firm form and is now moving northward along the Eastern US.  The good news is that it is more identifiable. The bas news is that despite that, the short range model forecasts are not handling this well.  We can see that with the 11 AM plots.

However, what we can extrapolate is a better idea of what to expect for the rest of today. In short, there will be developing rain and heavy downpours. Some isolated cells may turn severe…

 

Morning Surface Map at 11 AM

The Low circulation is centered around Wilmington, NC. This is a broad circulation and pulling tropical moisture northward.

 



 

 

Satellite Loop

Wide view shows the broad circulation of the Low and moisture being pulling northward…

This still looks semi-tropical to me suggesting that if it was over the water it could have developed into a named system. It does NOT have a name now.

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Radar Loop 

Notice the expansion of the rain field entering lower Delmarva and spreading north.

There are some heavier showers and thunderstorms just starting to build on the daytime heating.

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11 AM Comparison

Local Doppler Radar Snapshot 

 

Short Range Model Forecast

HRRR Model

This was the 2 Hour forecast, showing that band of rain in southern Maryland better.

This also developed clusters of rain cells in central Maryland that were just forming. It is showing more validity in this late update, but a little ahead of schedule…

Note that it was less intense AND I believe is still underplaying that core energy for the afternoon.

 

 

NAM 3 Km

This was the 3 hour forecast for 11 AM, and it underplayed the leading band of rain.  This initialization means it has not seen the leading band of rain into southern Maryland and thus can not be trusted for the rest of the day.

 

 

The HRRR Model is the better of the two options now…

 

Radar Simulation HRRR Model Noon to 10 PM

I believe this is NOT treating that rain in southern Maryland with respect, and phasing it out/drying too fast.

Please consider this simply for the movement.  I expect we will have more rain holding as it moves into central Maryland mid afternoon…

 

 

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The activity will settle down after sunset… but any place that get rain will likely develop fog overnight. 

 



 

Rain Animation Through Tuesday Morning

Here we see the flare up of storms this afternoon and again on Sunday.

The cluster of storms on Sunday and Monday will be more likely in the afternoon and evening as a cold front passes. This may bring the highest risk for severe storms, but also clear us out mid week.

 

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SUMMER HEAT BY NEXT WEEKND

The pattern will relax and let the heat build in this week. See the forecast high temps for next weekend below the 7 Day forecast

 

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