June 4 2018

The heavy rain over the weekend still has some roads closed and high water that will slowly drain out. This photo of River Road in Sykesville from Kevin Casey shows the destructive power of our repeating wet weather and running water. This is one of multiple flooded roads, but this area did see over 4 inches of rain this weekend. Here is the Doppler Radar estimate of rainfall showing the hardest hit areas. 


This morning may seem chilly in the 50s. Today will be a nice day with a mix of clouds and sun. Only a small chance of a shower after 2 or 3 PM. Tuesday brings in another cold front and more showers/storms.  Then cooler temps may result in highs only in the 60s on Wednesday. I wish that was it for highlights, but our pattern may repeat next week. Sadly there is potential for yet another storm on the coast resulting in another wet weekend.


Stats For June 4 in Baltimore

Average High:  80ºF

Record High: 96ºF in 1930

Average  Low: 58ºF

Record Low: 46ºF in 1964

Sunrise: 5:40 AM

Sunset 8:29 PM

*Daylight = 0:58 longer than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 70ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House


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Ellicott City Flood Reports:

Raw video, radar, and rain totals

Video of damage from the air, history, and area development concerns


This Morning


Water Vapor Satellite Loop

The best news I can show is the clearing out of this storm… Watch the primary cloud line roll east.


This Afternoon



Slight Chance Of A Shower


Tuesday Showers Possible 




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Looking Ahead…

Repeat Weekend?

If you are familiar with my atmospheric memory theory, this GFS outlook map for next Sunday looks a lot like what we just saw.  Low Pressure located  in the Mid Atlantic is one thing, but another wet weekend is definitely NOT what anyone wants to see around here.


Storm Animation- Wednesday Through Sunday



Temperature Outlook 

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