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06:00 AM

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08:25 PM

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14:25 Hours


1 min 40 sec loss

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10:43 PM

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09:36 AM

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June 15 Fathers Day Weekend Weather Nearly Perfect Before A Heat Wave Builds In

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Saturday, June 15

Morning Report

We are about to turn the corner to summer weather, for sure! This weekend is a break with low humidity and comfortable temperatures, so you can enjoy Father’s Day on both days!

During the work week, High Pressure will park off the East Coast, allowing heat and humidity to build in and take us well into the 90s. 

Morning Surface Weather

High Pressure has brought a cooler and less humid air mass that has carved out much of the Eastern US. On the back side, the storm track will remain nearly steady for a few days.

June 15 weather Saturday Morning


Afternoon Temperatures

Pleasant with low humidity and temperatures near or slightly below average.

June 15 weather temperatures Saturday afternoon



TODAY June 15

Sunrise at 5:40 AM

Sunset at 8:35 PM

Normal Low in Baltimore:  63ºF

Record 47ºF in 1978

Normal High in Baltimore: 85ºF

Record 101ºF 1994


Sunday – Father’s Day

Nearly perfect weather remains comfortable, with temperatures slightly below average… before the heat wave builds in.

Morning Temperatures

June 15 weather Fathers Day temperatures morning


Afternoon Temperatures 

June 15 weather Fathers Day temperatures afternoon


Looking Ahead: Jet Stream 

Sunday to Friday

The building Ridge of High Pressure will hold off the East Coast for much of the week

June 15 weather forecast jet stream


Snapshot: Tuesday

The location of the center of this Ridge off the East Coast will create the Bermuda High and heat wave for the week.

June 15 weather forecast jet stream Tuesday


Tuesday Afternoon Weather

High Pressure will remain locked for the week. This will keep stable air and inhibit clouds while increasing humidity. The result will be that each day will become less comfortable, and there will not be much rain in sight—not organized, at least.

June 15 weather forecast storm Tuesday


Storm Forecast: Sunday to Friday

No organized weather features for us. There may be some spotty pop-up thunderstorms in the high temperatures at the end of the week. 

June 15 weather forecast storm

Model Temperature SUGGESTION

I am showing the GFS Model forecast for Baltimore at BWI simply to highlight the aggressive nature of the heat. I am holding back a little in my forecast below, but there is a suggestion of temps reaching over 100ºF next weekend. I think the humidity may hold us back a few notches. But the race is on… 

June 15 weather forecast temperature outlook

7 Day Forecast

With the Heat Wave building, there’s not much in the way of rain. Only isolated storms may pop up later in the week.

The Heat Index at the end of the week may exceed 105ºF, prompting Heat Advisories. 

June 15 weather forecast 7 day Saturday


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