Tuesday March 27 2018
Looking at the radar this morning we can see a large amount of rain from Texas to the Great Lakes. This is a stalled system that will send pulses of rain our way during the way, starting with today. The leading edge has some snow in the mountains, and we could have a little sleet mixed in as the ‘stuff’ arrives today. But this is the leading edge of warmer air that will break into Maryland over the next few days. There is a trade off as we aim for the 60s, there will be some showers. At this time, Opening Day for the Orioles may catch a break over Baltimore, but the threat of wet weather will be with us almost each day into the weekend.
Stats For March 27
Average High: 58ºF
Record High: 86ºF in 1921
Average Low: 37ºF
Record Low: 20ºF in 2014
Snow Record: 0.4″ in 1924
Seasonal Snow To Date (at BWI): 15.2″
Sunrise: 6:58 AM
Sunset 7:25 PM
*Daylight = 2:35 longer than yesterday
*Bay Water Temperature = 42ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House
Also See: Snow Report March 20-21 2018
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Rain Outlook This Week
Orioles Opening Day
There will be some showers, but not a washout. It is possible to get a little wet, but the game should get in. Temps will be reaching the upper 60s
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