The hourly weather breakdown for Sunday November 6 has extra importance. My sons and I will be part of roughly 25,000 people taking part in the Across The Bay 10K event. The benefit of turning back the clocks will make sunrise earlier, but it will be chilly. However a quick bump in the temperatures can be expected like today. The winds over the span should not be bad, but some breeze can be expected.
The other reason the hourly breakdown is important is for the 70,000 people going to watch the Steelers take on our Ravens in Baltimore. The flip side of Standard Time and our shrinking daylight will be the early sunset at 4:59 PM. That Tailgaters may go from a chilly to the warm sun, but by the end of the game, temps will be cooling off quickly.
Support The Chesapeake Bay Foundation: My two boys and I will be doing the Across the Bay 10K to raise money to support programs at the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. If you can help us get to $1000, I will be giving away 10 FITF (Faith in the Flakes Shirts) to randomly selected donors. See below the sliders to be part.
Here is the hourly breakdown. My best suggestion is to wear layers but plan on carrying that top layer mid day.
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Winds ––> slider
Top gusts over mid span of the Bay Bridge may be 10 to 15 mph
Temperatures –> slider
It will be chilly in the morning, but afternoon temps will reach the mid to upper 60s. Note the early sunset, so it will begin to cool down after 3:30 PM[metaslider id=40128]
Please Support Chesapeake Bay Foundation:
My two boys and I will be doing the Across the Bay 10K to raise money to support programs at the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. If you can help us get to $1000, I will be giving away 10 FITF (Faith in the Flakes Shirts) to randomly selected donors. I will announce the winners online Monday.
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