September 22, 2022
Thursday Morning Update
A cold front is moving through today, which will bring some scattered showers and perhaps a brief thunderstorm. What will follow will be stronger winds and much cooler air. Arriving just in time for the beginning of Fall tonight.
The trend over the next week will be much more like autumn, however we may still get one or two warm days.
Hurricane Fiona is still a Category 4 and in route to Bermuda. An update on that storm below.
Morning Surface Weather
As with prior systems, we may see showers and some thunderstorms more widespread and earlier than the models suggest. This is guidance for the idea of how this will develop between 10 AM and 6 PM.
Snapshots at 1 PM
Given the model errors, we can consider this front in metro Baltimore as early as 11 AM, but most likely in or through by 1 PM.
LIVE RADAR WIDGET
Gusts up to 30 or 35 mph are possible
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Hurricane Fiona: Warning For Bermuda
Winds are 130 mph this Thursday morning with #HurricaneFiona. We can still see the eye from satellite and also the cold front moving to push it East. Warning for Bermuda/Passing just West tonight pic.twitter.com/KiJSkkyVTM
— Justin Berk (@JustinWeather) September 22, 2022
- This morning Winds are 130 mph
- Hurricane Force Winds reach 70 miles from the center
- Tropical Storm Force Winds reach 205 miles from the center
Fiona will pass just west of Bermuda. While far off the US east coast, there will be rip currents and beach erosion.
TODAY September 22
Normal Low in Baltimore: 57ºF
Record 37ºF in 1962
Normal High in Baltimore: 78F
HEAT WAVE in 1931: Record 99ºF 1931
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