September 1 2022
Thursday Morning Update
We ended a very warm August that brought Baltimore 15 days at or above 90ºF. The month closed 2.9ºF above average. Now we turn the page on the calendar with a fresh new air mass that will be pleasant. At least for a couple of days. By this weekend, the humidity and clouds will return, increasing our risk for storms.
Topical Atlantic: A lot of attention has been put here as a record was tied for August with no named storms. That should change by the weekend. Also, if you want a snowy winter, I found a trend you may want to look for repeating.
Morning Surface Weather
Less humid air is already into our region, and it will continue to ‘dry out’ through the day today.
The 50s are getting closer, but most urban areas have settled in the 60s. The warmer 70s are around the water of the lower Chesapeake Bay.
TODAY September 1
Normal Low in Baltimore: 63ºF
Record 53ºF in 1963
Normal High in Baltimore: 84ºF
Record 99ºF 1962
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It will feel wonderful!
The 50s should get even closer to some suburbs.
Atlantics: Tropical Record
This is the 3rd time on record an August did not have named storm. I looked further into the other years and found why one following winter had a lot of snow, and the other had very little. Check this out.
National Hurricane Center Outlooks
Next 2 Days
Tropical Depression Five Formed
This will remain in the open ocean but expected to become a hurricane in a hurry.
Next 5 Days
Two other systems have a chance to get named by early next week.
7 Day Forecast
Hurricane Season Forecast: June 1 Through November 30
Forecast From Colorado State University
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