Thursday July 5

We are slowly nipping away at this heat wave, but it is not done yet. Today starts off with fog and clouds on the north end thanks to heavy rain. The lesson we can take away from the last two days is that the few areas that get into the storms, can stay in the rain for hours as the cells remain nearly stationary. Another round of showers will pop up this afternoon that could do the same thing.  The bulk of the rain will be in the mountains and north in Pennsylvania. The slow movement may produce flooding as the slip towards the south.

Tomorrow is when the cold front will impact all of us and clear out the heat, leaving us with a nice weekend. If you loved the heat wave, hang on… It looks like it may try to make a return next week. Check it out below


Stats For July 5 in Baltimore

Average High:  87ºF

Record High: 102ºF in 1999

Average  Low: 66ºF

Record Low: 55ºF in 2014

Sunrise: 5:45 AM

Sunset 8:36 PM

*Daylight = 0:47 shorter than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 82ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House


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Morning Set Up

Satellite Loop


Temperatures (6:30 AM)


High Temperatures


Radar Simulation —> slider

Once again this looks like rain and storms will develop along the mountains and north in Pennsylvania. There will be a slow slide to the south, but this all depends on the max height of the cloud tops and the upper level winds.  Some showers will reach central Maryland, but the bulk will be west and north of Baltimore.

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Rain Animation Friday

Slow moving front Friday will clear out for the weekend


Temperature Outlook

Note: The ECMWF Model has been running cool. So the heat displayed next week might end up hotter.   It looks like a nice weekend but another heat wave next week.


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