Thursday May 24 2018

Nearly perfect weather today and tomorrow as High Pressure keeps the sky mostly clear and humidity low.  As we enter the weekend, we need to watch the Gulf Coast for moisture flowing our way and the likely formation of a new tropical storm. While the expectation for this early developing is up to 70% in the next 5 days, the track is unsure.  The slower this thing moves, the better for us. But it is so far away, any little shift can throw this off. It is possible it lingers for much of the next week around the Gulf Coast making for problems wherever it ends up.

The most likely time this weekend we get rain locally will be Saturday and Sunday afternoon/evening with showers and storms. Since this is a holiday, there is added stress on the specifics. This type of pattern can’t lock in timing and location of storms until the day of and when they actually develop. But this is not the best weekend for the pool or outdoor party. Sorry… but you may get a few lucky dry hours by you. Especially on the Delmarva and beaches.

A special model run for this system is being generated and I have the latest posted below.

Stats For May 24 in Baltimore

Average High:  76ºF

Record High: 93ºF in 1933

Average  Low: 55ºF

Record Low: 41ºF in 1963

Sunrise: 5:46 AM

Sunset 8:21 PM

*Daylight = 1:30 longer than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 69ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House


Morning Set Up


Morning Temperatures


Afternoon Temperatures



Tropical Outlook-Alberto?

The 70% chase of a tropical storm forming this weekend is over a broad area of the eastern Gulf of Mexico. The name will be Alberto and the speed will determine where it could hit the US shores… plus the impact on us. The one good thing is that it looks slower, which could allow for our region to get some protection from a cold front around Memorial Day.  However, there has been a global trend for tropical systems to verify farther east than projections. Since this is the first of our season, we need to see if that is a trend for us as well.

Animation- HWRF- Model with cloud based moisture


Animation – GFS Model Rainfall

Our best risk of rain will be Saturday and Sunday… especially with afternoon and evening storms.



Temperature Outlook 


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