Tuesday May 15

It’s going to be a soggy week of weather. The chance of rain will continue just about each day into the weekend. This includes Preakness Day in Baltimore.  Computer models are putting as much as 7 inches in central Maryland. This comes from a tropical system located in the Gulf of Mexico near Florida that will pump in moisture all week.

Today, Severe Storms and Flooding possible once again. We start this morning with temperatures in the mid 60s to near 70ºF and a hint of mugginess. It will feel like a summer day and might not be that comfortable. The stationary front is located to our north and that will be the focus for the strongest storms today.  We need to watch mid afternoon and evening for slow moving storms to develop in Pennsylvania and slip to the south into tonight. Most likely after 5PM These may contain large hail, damaging winds, and heavy rainfall.


Stats For May 15 in Baltimore

Average High:  74ºF

Record High: 96ºF in 1962

Average  Low: 52ºF

Record Low: 31ºF in 1984

Sunrise: 5:52 AM

Sunset 8:13 PM

*Daylight = 1:50 longer than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 64ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House


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Morning Set Up


Afternoon Heat


Radar Simulation Timeline –> slider

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Severe Alert Notes: 

Watch means it MIGHT happen. The prime threat includes large hail, winds over 60 mph, and isolated tornadoes.




More Rain On The Way

Tropical Moisture Feed


Water Vapor Satellite Loop


Rain Pattern Into This Weekend


Expect More Flooding



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