Monday June 18 2018

A rarity with our weather this year has been heat, and there are still no prolonged heat waves in sight. But we will be getting the most bang for the buck today as temperatures surge to near record levels, bringing with it dangerous heat and poor air quality.  The latest Heat Advisory includes the counties of Pennsylvania, while the primary focus in Maryland will be the poor air quality. The combination of vehicle exhaust, high temperatures, and light wind will allow for harmful ground level ozone to develop.

It is recommended to limit your outdoor activities between 10 AM and 5 PM. When you see the heat index values, you may want to only consider a pool or fountain if you have access to them. Otherwise, indoor air conditioning is the safest bet for children, elderly, and pets.

Temps will cool a little tomorrow and then back to average levels by the end of the week.

Stats For June 18 in Baltimore

Note: One year ago today we tied the record high temperature 

Average High:  83ºF

Record High: 97ºF in 1957 *This will be challenged today

Average  Low: 63ºF

Record Low: 48ºF in 1959

Sunrise: 5:39 AM

Sunset 8:35 PM

*Daylight = 0:11 longer than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 75ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House


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Morning Set Up

Check out the mid 70s in central and southern MD at 6 AM

High Temperatures

Record High for Baltimore: 97ºF in 1957

Max Heat Index


Storm Potential Afternoon/Evening –> slider

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Next Best Chance Of Storms: Wednesday



Jet Stream Loosing The Heat



Temperature Outlook


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