Conditions: Baltimore, Maryland, 06/26/2022 11:20:03 pm
Temperature

77°

Mostly Cloudy

69°

Dew Point
Relative Humidity

77%

Feels Like

77°

Wind (SE)

8mph

Air Pressure

30.01

Sun
Sun Rise

05:42 AM

Sun Set

08:37 PM

Day Length

14:55 Hours

Difference

0 min 16 sec loss

Moon
Moon Rise

03:41 AM

Moon Set

06:50 PM

Next: New Moon

Jun 28,2022

Moon Phase

Waning Crescent

Climate
Average Low

65°

86°

Average High
Record Low

52°


(1986)

99°


(1954)
Record High
Current Conditions

Fathers Day Weather Still Windy Then Questionable Change Mid Week

climate data
wind
Forecast

June 19 2022

Sunday Morning Update 

Happy Father’s Day!  This will be a brief report since I am heading out with my boys to go kayaking on the Northern Chesapeake Bay.  It may be a bit windy for us, and for you… again. We are in a pattern that is unusual formed June.  In fact, it has brought snow to parts of Northern New England. 

We have carved out this unseasonably cool airmass.  It can’t last forever, but there has been some indication that it may be trying to hang on longer…

Morning Surface Weather

High Pressure directing this airmass is located in Ontario Canada. Low Pressure near Nova Scotia has combined to funnel the winds our way… but it’s better than the chilly rain near Boston and snow that fell over Mount Washington, NH and across northern Maine.

 

 

View From Mount Washington – This is Really June 19

 



 

Morning Temperatures 

Lows dropped into the 40s in the mountains, with many 50s including metro Baltimore and Washington. The 60s were confined to Bay locations near and south of Annapolis.

 

 

Afternoon Temperatures 

Remaining pleasantly cool, but chilly in the shade.

 

 

Wind Forecast Animation 8 AM to 8 PM

 

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Wind Gusts

Peak winds may reach over 30 mph, so it the water will be choppy in the Bay.

I am heading out to kayak with my boys on the Northern Chesapeake Bay.  I will let you know how the wind treats us.

 

 

 

 

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CLIMATE DATA

TODAY June 19th (Juneteenth)

Normal Low in Baltimore:  63ºF

Record 48ºF in 1954

 

Normal High in Baltimore: 84ºF

Record 99ºF 1994

 



 

Monday – Temperatures 

Morning

 

 

Afternoon

 

Looking Ahead: Tuesday to Thursday 

This is questionable…

RETROGRADING TROUGH

An abrupt change has been seen on the GFS Model starting Wednesday. Instead of building high heat as we saw in yesterday’s prognostication, now it appears too bring in a trough back from the Atlantic… Resulting in a band rain on Wednesday which would result in much cooler temps. 

 

GFS Model

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European  Model

This is a little more tame, but showed a similar (back up) from the Atlantic. We can watch this display of a broad Low Pressure move backwards (retrograde) towards the North and South Carolina coast.

This would push the heat back into the central US and bring us a much cooler set up for the second half of the work week.

 

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7 Day Forecast

I left Wednesday and Thursday as ‘Questionable’ simply to see of this ‘retrograding pattern’ holds over the next two model runs. 

 

 

 

 

 



 

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*Disclaimer due to frequent questions:

I am aware there are some spelling and grammar typos. I have made a few public statements over the years, but if you are new here you may have missed it:

I have dyslexia, and found out at my second year at Cornell.  I didn’t stop me from getting my meteorology degree, and being first to get the AMS CBM in the Baltimore/Washington region. 

I do miss my mistakes in my own proofreading. The autocorrect spell check on my computer sometimes does an injustice to make it worse. 

All of the maps and information are accurate. The ‘wordy’ stuff can get sticky. 

There is no editor that can check my work when I need it and have it ready to send out in a newsworthy timeline. 

I accept this and perhaps proves what you read is really from me…

It’s part of my charm.