October 24 Drizzle And Light Rain Linger Then A Couple Of Warmer Days
October 24 2022
Monday Morning Update
The coastal system that brought in a soggy Sunday to Delmarva and finally crossed the Bay after 4 PM, has left us with rain overnight into this morning. This is a slow moving but small system. The net result will be left over drizzle and light rain showers today.
Once this moves out, we should see at least 2 days getting up near 70ºF, but we may get a few more rain chances this week.
Here is a look at the set up, simulation, live radar, and forecast through next weekend. Radar Simulation and Live Widget are below.
Morning Surface Weather
Low Pressure is not strong, but close and slow moving. This will affect our local weather today with clouds and moisture. High Pressure is keeping the mountain region clear. The next system will catch up mid week.
LIVE RADAR WIDGET
Compare to the simulation animation and timeline slider below.
Radar Simulation: 6 AM to 6 PM
NAM 3 Km Model – The rain is lifting NORTH, but more will redevelop during the day and expand across the area again.
Wind Forecast at Noon
The coastal circulation will be just off the Delmarva beaches. This is damp and unsettled, seeing us moisture.
TODAY October 24
Normal Low in Baltimore: 43ºF
Record 25ºF in 1969
Normal High in Baltimore: 65ºF
Record 82ºF 2001
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