September 21, 2022
Wednesday Morning Update
Today may be our last very warm day of the year… At least it will be closing out the summer season. Tomorrow a cold front will arrive on time with the start of Fall. The autumnal equinox is at 9:03 PM, and by Friday it will definitely feel like it.
The cold front will come with some showers as soon as sunrise, then a nice start to the weekend, but another push of colder air will come with more showers and cooler air next week.
Morning Surface Weather
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Hurricane Fiona: Category 4
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TODAY September 21
Normal Low in Baltimore: 57ºF
Record 37ºF in 1962
Normal High in Baltimore: 798F
Record 96ºF 1931
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Max (early afternoon)
Rain Forecast 6 AM to 8 PM
The showers may arrive with sunrise, then shift south during the day. It will not be a washout, but some strong storms may develop across Southern Maryland/Delmarva in the afternoon.
Temperature Forecast: 6 AM Thursday to 6 AM Friday
Strong winds will surge in the cool down, bottoming out Friday morning.
Friday Morning Temperatures
Wide View Forecast: Thursday Morning To Friday Evening
A Strong Cold Front will arrive between Wednesday evening and Thursday. It will bring us:
- A chance for showers
- Much cooler air into the weekend
- Push Hurricane Fiona off the coast
Hurricane Fiona Forecast
Fiona has reached a powerful Category 4 intensity and may pass just west of Bermuda by Friday… but miss the US coast.
Strong swells generated by the storm will bring Rip Currents and erosion to our local beaches.
7 Day Forecast
The Fall Equinox is 9:03 PM Thursday….
Temps will be much cooler inland, with highs in the 60s and some lows in the 40s.
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