Sunday March 17 2019
Happy St. Patricks Day. Perhaps we can day the luck of the Irish brought us a sunny and dry weekend. Today will be chilly, but less wind will make it more tolerable if you head outside. Since it is March, there is no way the weather will remain the same, and we do have that little system Monday morning. This will arrive a little later and does not look like a big deal. If you want snow, this will be sparse.
Snow showers or flurries on Monday may be more likely after sunrise and through noon. See the timeline below. The temperatures will slowly moderate as we go through the week, and expect it to be mild when the next system arrives Thursday.
Local Weather Stats For March 17, 2019 in Baltimore
Average High: 54ºF
Record High: 85ºF in 1945
Average Low: 34ºF
Record Low: 10ºF in 1993
*Record Snow: = 5.0 in 1931
Sunrise: 7:15 AM
Sunset 7:15 PM
*Daylight = 2:36 longer than yesterday
*Bay Water Temperature = 43ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House
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At this point it looks like flurries or light snow shower are the best we may see
Light Snow Monday to Rain Showers Saturday
If we do have that chance of snow on Monday morning, it will come at the tom of day when temperatures are in the 20s. I’ve highlighted that below. It is March and as we will see today, we can get a big jump to the 40s easily after a cold start.
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