September 9, 2022
Friday Morning Update
This morning starts of nice for most of us, however there is a Dense Fog Advisory in the mountains and a Coastal Flood Advisory to the east. Hurricane Earl has passed Bermuda as a Category 2 storm, but the waves are reaching the east coast of the US.
Farther East, all eyes are on England. Before getting to our local weather, I wanted to show this Picture of the Day:
A Double Rainbow appeared at Buckingham Palace AFTER the announcement of Queen Elizabeth’s death on Thursday.
Morning Surface Weather
High Pressure is in control over the Mid Atlantic and Northeast US. Hurricane Earl will continue to move away but send high waves and rip currents to the East Coast.
To the west is the cold front that will bring a wet end to our weekend.
WEATHER WIDGET: Wind
Here is the wind circulation in the Atlantic…
Local Weather Alerts
Coastal Flood Advisory includes the beaches and Chesapeake Bay.
Dense Fog will be a travel issue in the mountains of Pennsylvania.
You may notice a hint of coolness to the air. Temps have reached the 50s away from the cities and water.
However, there are areas of fog in some valleys. If you have some, it will burn off between 8 and 9 AM.
It will turn out to be a truly nice weather day!
Mostly Sunny and low humidity. Enjoy!
TODAY September 9
Normal Low in Baltimore: 61ºF
Record 44ºF in 1986
Normal High in Baltimore: 82ºF
Record 95ºF 2016
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